Wedding, family, and pet photography, my family and friends, my dog and cats, the open road and good music, mountains, Maryland, being warm, adventure. That's what I love. This blog features images from my wedding and family photography business, Susannah Storch Photography. If you like what you see, be sure to visit my wedding photography site, my children and families photography site and my pet photography site for additional work. Thanks for stopping by.
I love watching a family grow, and I have been lucky enough to capture several families as they have grown. Marisol and Michael were married in Denver at Artwork Network a few years ago (see their wedding photography post here). In addition to photographing their wedding, I have photographed their engagement session, their pet dog Marley, and now their newborn! LOVE! Enjoy these images of the little man when he was first born…
…which brings me to another thought. I have watched this little guy grow over the last few months via Facebook. He looks so different! Much bigger, but mainly his personality really shines through with each month. This is a reason it is nice to have at least a few good newborn photos. That time period is so fleeting, and Mom and Dad are often in a sleep-deprived haze (as I discovered myself thanks to my own little guy), and baby changes so, so quickly. Capturing the newborn time through photography is a great thing to have!
Another family session! This one was held on a windy, blustery day in Boulder last winter. I love that this post features a family with grown kids…family photography is important at all ages, not just when the kids are little. Enjoy.
As summer draws to end, I have started fall family photo sessions. With limited time until the cool weather arrives, be sure to book your family session today by emailing email@example.com. Let me know where you are located and some dates and times that work for you. For inspiration, I am sharing a session from last fall. Cheers!
An adventure that involved my best girl Chloe and my truck!!! And my husband, sister-in-law, fresh air, mountain views, and bluebird skies! And my first adventure on our family raft, which we’ve owned since at least 2012, if not 2011. Yay!
It’s been a while since I published any personal blog posts. Ever since my son was born last summer, I just haven’t been sure how much I want to share with an unknown audience. As a photographer and proud mom, I want to share every photo, every moment that my husband and I have savored…from images captured several hours after he was born to the photo of his expression of disgust and confusion as we gave him his first solid food (pears) to more recent photos capturing his pride as he runs (not walks!) through a campground on his first camping trip. Yet, as a mom, I am hesitant to share many of these moments. I want to protect this boy as much as I can for as long as I can, and I want these moments to be for me, my husband, and family. And so I have erred on the side of hardly sharing anything (three photos thus far)…yet I feel that this prevents potential clients from getting an idea of who I am and why we should work together! So today I am finally sharing personal photos–taken on a recent trip while rafting the Colorado River from Pump House to below State Bridge.
Our first son didn’t make the trip with us (it was our first double overnight away–FREEDOM!)(and so still no photos of him), but our second did…meaning I am 6 months pregnant, due to deliver our second little guy in December! Because this is my second pregnancy, and perhaps because I have been pregnant all summer, this second baby has already been on several adventures that Jackson hasn’t–rafting and camping on the river, a Phish concert, whitewater tubing (okay, they were really ripples)…
And just in case you are a potential client, please know that I will be taking some maternity time from mid-November through mid-January. I may be able to squeeze in a client meeting during that time to see if we are a good fit, and I will be available to talk on the phone and email. But I will not be returning to photography until the end of January…which means no snowy, wintery weddings until after then. (This baby is already way easier on the wedding photography schedule than Jackson, who was born smack-dab in the middle of June!)
And now for some photos from the big weekend away.