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Joyful and Real Family Photography

vermont Family photographer

Without a doubt, raising human beings is HARD WORK. There's SO MUCH to keep up with that at the end of the day, making time for a family photo session feels like merely an item on your to-do list nagging at you.

 

But here's your reminder (trust me, I need it too!) time isn't slowing down and there's no better moment than right now to capture this beautiful life you're creating.

 

My goal as a Vermont family photographer is to give you the very best experience possible! I want you to have fun, love your photos, proudly display them and keep coming back for more.

toddler on covered bridge by Vermont family photographer

Frequently asked questions

When should I book my session?

I'm a firm believer that beautiful photos can be taken at any time. However, newborns change so much in the very beginning. If you want to capture every tiny detail, I suggest within the first 3 weeks. Please keep in mind, my calendar books up quickly. Contact me to reserve your session date as soon as possible!

is the whole family included?

Yes, of course! It's important to me that the images tell the story of a growing family, not just of the new baby.

what should we wear?

This part can be intimidating but don't worry! After you book, I'll send you clothing suggestions for the whole family and lots of photos for inspiration. As your session approaches, we will chat and I'll help you pull it all together.

Worried your house doesn't look camera ready?

Don't stress, this is part of my job. When I arrive at your house for the session, I'll take a few minutes to walk around and find quality natural light that will flatter everyone. You'd be surprised at how small of a space I actually need to make beautiful images!

Family in bed smiling at newborn baby girl

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Mia Moran is a Vermont photographer capturing newborns, families and seniors.

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