The Yeh Family

I can’t think of a bigger compliment then when a client books another session with me.  One of my biggest goals with my business is to not just be someone’s wedding photographer or to not just be their family photographer once.  I want to be the photographer that they go to year after year and to feel like a part of their family.  I want to watch the kids grow up and to maybe photograph their weddings someday!

I first shot the Yeh family in November of 2006.  They live in Maryland, but both of their parents live in Southern California.  I was so excited when Van called and told me they would be out here to visit and wanted to schedule another session!  Their youngest son, Joshua, was just a baby the last time we shot.  I was really looking forward to seeing how much they had grown!  Well, Noah, their oldest son, was not so excited to see me!  Ha!  It took him a bit to warm up, but after we had hunted for some dinosaur eggs and played with some big cars I finally got him to give me a few smiles.  Once we got out to the beach he had a ton of fun and loved it!

Thanks so much Van and Justin for asking me to shoot your family session.  Your support means so much to me!  Hopefully you will be able to move back to California soon and we can do these shoots more often!  Below are some of my favorites and here is the slide show!  

Cute, little Joshua isn’t so little anymore!  But, he’s still a cutie!

There’s Noah’s smile!

And my favorite shot of the day!

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3 Responses to The Yeh Family

  1. Bobbie says:

    Wow. these are all good – but I gotta tell you – that last one is AMAZING! I love, love, LOVE it!!!

  2. Wonderful photos, full of character and personality! Great post too btw. =)

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