I’m spending the morning editing some pretty fabulous families from my first day of Streetcar Sessions. I’m looking forward to my final day of Streetcars next weekend. Are you looking to schedule your Fall Sessions? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I would love to hear about your family.
Staying with our theme of iconic locations, Twirl Photography has reserved the gardens and courtyard at the Beauregard-Keyes house in the French Quarter as your personal backdrop on Sunday, November 5th! We will have the private manicured gardens for a select few families to have their portraits taken. We will also be able to explore this historic home’s accents such as the winding iron staircase, the courtyard fountains, and the classic green shutters. This is the perfect way to have the French Quarter as your backdrop without being in the middle of the hustle and bustle.
Reserve your spot by appointment only on Sunday, November 5th from 9:00am-12:00pm
One spot per family please.
Each session is 20 minutes long. Session fee is $75. All prints and keepsakes are sold separately. There is no minimum order and a la carte prints start at $35.
Get your ticket at: https://twirlquarter.eventbrite.com
Such a sweet little fall family session at the end of the bayou for these delightful kids that eagerly followed the water, climbed trees and swung from the big Oak trees. Thank you Wren and Max for the fun time!
I first photographed Sullivan for his newborn session a little over 5 years ago. Then came Prescott’s newborn session two years ago. And now we have Ellington. Before you know it years have passed and a couple just starting their family have become a family of five. Their house is warm, joyful, crazy and all boy. Ellington decided he wanted to be born at home and came so fast that he got his wish. Everyone is healthy and doing well despite the late night surprise. And this super woman of a mom even went to a work conference a few days later! I’m in awe of how these parents juggle these delightful kids with grace and patience. They are truly an inspiration of how to have it all. Welcome to the world Ellington! Oh, and check out that gallery wall in their living room of five plus years of photos from yours truly, I couldn’t be prouder.
And the girls are 7-months. They seem on the verge of leaning how to move their little bodies and I can’t wait to see them crawling. Thanks goodness there are three older triplets, now 8-years-old, ready to help wrangle these adorable babies. I remember these months for my own children being a blur of sloppy meals, plenty of giggles and splashy bath times. These days go by too fast as their is nothing better than a baby her prime. Well maybe having three of them.
Are you wondering where to take Fall family photos this year? Maybe something a little different and off the beaten path. Or maybe an iconic location with a new twist. Well, I have some great suggestions that might take some of the guess work out and make choosing your location easier. Finding the perfect spot that fits your brood can be tricky. For example, if you have active kids you need a safe wide space where passing cars won’t be an issue. If you have a child who doesn’t walk yet, being able to put them down safely is essential. And older kids can rock the urban scene.
I’m here to help you find the right place for your family.
And you want to know what my absolute favorite location in New Orleans is to photograph families? Check out #10.
Oh these two boys were so delightful during our early morning family photo session at Audubon Park. Wilton is an inquisitive guy who ran and jumped and laughed the whole time and his little brother Ford is at the perfect baby age, 9-months, where he is literally a bundle of joy. Thank you Wilton and Ford for the fun morning!
It’s time for some family photos, and why not take them in two of the most iconic locations in New Orleans! I have two special events in October now available for sign up, both at unique settings. Sessions are quick and fun!
I’m thrilled to be offering the Streetcar Sessions again this year. Twirl Photography will have it’s own stationary streetcar for private family sessions. 10-minute sessions will be held at the streetcar station on Canal St. on the morning of Sunday, Oct. 8th. Limited spots are available. Grab you spot at: https://twirlstreetcar.eventbrite.com
I have also reserved two afternoons at the Pitot House on Wednesday, Oct. 25th and Thursday, Oct. 26th. 20-minute sessions between 3pm-6pm are available for sign up.
Grab you spot at: https://twirlpitot.eventbrite.com