Tag Archives: Scottsdale family photographer

oh…I wish I had these photos with my family when I was eight. Especially with my grandma. There is this window of time when going to grandma’s is the most looked forward to event of the week or month or year…depending on how close you live. Whether to sleep over…have dinner…or bake brownies together, the […]

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This night over Thanksgiving last year was a blast. One hour. (Maybe more :), one cool suburban Simple Farm in Scottsdale, and lots of out of town guests visiting a favorite Blue Stitch family. What better idea than to schedule a photo session of everyone together. And it is more than everyone together. It is […]

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You have to start somewhere, and put yourself out there.  A few years back, when I wanted to start shooting families I started telling friends I wanted to photograph kids. Katie came to me with an idea. Super heroes on a white backdrop. They were a blast, I remember  showing Katie the photos at my […]

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Finishing up with the Lieberman family photos with their newest addition, Hendrix. On a Blue Stitch newborn session. I view it as an enormous privilege to photograph newborns. My approach is from lifestyle perspective.   This time is so special and so quick and deserves to have really beautiful images taken in your home. I don’t […]

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Blue Stitch Photography is in the middle of some pretty amazing “wildflower sessions.” Thanks to mother nature, and the rain we have had this year, we have stunning wildflowers in Scottsdale, AZ.  I have been all over town, finding some really amazing places to photograph families with the flowers.  This is Blake and his dad […]

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I love my cousins, and cherish the few childhood photos we have together. Cousins are like brothers or sisters without the sibling rivalry, and with the security of knowing they will always be in your life. I loved this shoot with Owen, and his little cousin in town from Portland. He was so sweet with […]

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