the b family | alma family photographer

I was randomly scrolling Facebook one day, when I noticed that my friend Becca had mentioned loading up her family car and heading north to Colorado (from Texas). I instantly messaged her, "We HAVE to do photos while you are here!"

Thankfully, she agreed. :)

So, I got to do my first family photos in this gorgeous place that I have only photographed my OWN family in.

And honestly--they could not have turned out better.

I am so, so happy with these beautiful sunset images.

And I always have such a great time photographing this family. No one is uptight. No one demands perfect smiles. The kids get to be kids, and that typically makes for stunning candid and lifestyle photos.

Thanks again, Becca!! So great to see you and spend time with your family.

Enjoy your sneak peek!

xoxo












D.C. session | Breckenridge family photographer

My sessions in D.C. are officially complete and delivered!

This session was officially one of my most difficult ones to date--not because of crying kids or anything like that. But because these kiddos were so happy and excited, all they wanted to do was run around, lol. Mom and dad definitely worked up a sweat, trying to herd them (like cats, hehe).

All in all, though, I love so many of these photos. Some of my favorite images capture true life right now. And these are definitely true life! Three kids under four--that'll do it for you! Ha!

Thanks again, Kristen! I hope you love your images!

xoxo






the s family | Breckenridge lifestyle photographer

I've always enjoyed photographing my kids--not necessarily in their pretty outfits, with their hair all nice. But I've always enjoyed documenting the reality of children--the messy hair, the food on the face, the baths, the tantrums, the joys, the bubbles, the balloons, the outside time on their bikes, the sports.

I want to remember every piece of my children's childhood.

So it only seemed natural, after 10 years of this business, to start offering the same to others.

The first person to take me up on this new endeavor was my friend, Emily. I have been photographing Emily's family in D.C. for several years now--actually, since she was pregnant with her first. So to be able to come into their home, and spend several hours while they baked, and cleaned, and ate, and played blocks, and read books, and went to the farmer's market, and the park, and the carousel, and the neighbor's pool party was such a joy.

I got to hang with the kiddos.

I got to know Emily and Rob a little better.

We laughed. The little ones may have cried. Lol. But we had a great time.

And to be able to deliver a gallery of images to the two of them--and to hear how much they loved them--is what makes my job so damn awesome.

Thanks again, Emily.

So glad we got to do this.

xoxo









































Now, thru the remainder of 2018, I am offering these sessions for 20% off listed price. Email me if you'd like to get in on the action - catherinejeter@mac.com - I'd love to chat!