Documentary Family Photography for New Hampshire, United States
Concord, Manchester, Rochester, Portsmouth, White Mountains
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FAMILY COMES FIRST - Recently, some of our United States family photojournalists have communicated their readiness to work with families who are able to carry on with their normal life and who want it documented. Family Photojournalist Association professional members offer a distinct and natural style of unobtrusive photography that will capture genuine, candid moments of you, your children, and even extended family enjoying time together...everyone gets in the pictures and you will likely forget the photographer is even there.
The purpose of documentary family photography is to tell a story — your story. You will be able to feel the love that you have for one another in the images. You will see the beauty that results when you are not posed or directed by your photographer to sit in a contrived position and smile on command at the camera. The FPJA has an abundance of top-ranked, New Hampshire family photographers who are available right now. Find yours today!
Map of FPJA Family Photographers Serving New Hampshire
4 Available Documentary Family Photographers...
I’m a salty New Englander with a strong drive to photograph families who embrace ALL the moments in life, not just the smile pretty for the camera ones we're so used to seeing on our Instagram feeds. It's pure joy to show families that the messy, crazy, unpredictable, and seemingly mundane moments that happen in their daily life truly are worthy of documenting and preserving. My own everyday ordinary is typically loud, chaotic, and punctuated by strong coffee (and some creative cursing) due to the 3 kids my husband and I are attempting to raise into decent humans. They drive us totally crazy most days, and I'm pretty sure they're going to start an underground fight club, but we're much more interesting because of them. Trust me. I enjoy inappropriate shenanigans, deep belly laughter, and whiskey. I have a slight font addiction and a serious fascination with sharks. I am moved by live music, handwritten notes, and a properly strung sentence (don’t get me started on knowing the difference between your and you’re). I am very afraid of clowns and animals dressed as people. I’ve made a ton of mistakes in my life but won't allow the word "regret" in my lexicon. Above all, there is nothing more important to me than family: the one I came from, and the one I made. My photography has been featured in publications such as Falmouth Magazine, Cape Cod Magazine, Boston Globe Magazine, Spectrum Inspired Magazine, and numerous other online blogs and editorials.
After growing up with drum sticks in my hands, I went to music school and earned a B.A. in jazz drumming. But in 2008 while studying abroad in Amsterdam, I discovered a love for photography. And in 2010 my focus completely shifted from music to image-making. To learn this new craft, I studied (and continue to!) the masters and assisted as many photographers as possible. While freelancing for publications in Colorado I eventually became a staff photographer for the Vail Daily, where my images were also published in other outlets including The New York Times and Food & Wine Magazine. Today, I'm a beardless freelancer living in San Francisco and specialize in making people look and feel like themselves.
When my son Teddy chose me to be his Mama, everything changed. I became more patient, more kind, more silly, more giving and WAY more aware of how fleeting and special our lives truly are. As I grew as a mother I also grew as an artist and every day I seek to capture the love, laughter, and human connection that make up our lives.
Influenced by a background in photojournalism, I strive to not only make beautiful and creative photographs of your family, but photos that capture the real emotion, candid moments, and unique personalities. After graduating from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2006 with a degree in Photojournalism, I spent six years as a newspaper photojournalist in New York and Nebraska, before moving back to my home state of Vermont where my wife and I have been photographing weddings and families since 2012.
New Hampshire Outdoor Family Photography
Even in an age of restrictions and limitations, you can safely enjoy a photo shoot in an outdoor location with small groups of people or families. Your FPJA New Hampshire family photographer can easily capture candid moments of the kids playing and interacting from a safe distance. These days, outdoor sessions are often the best option for sincere photographs, because people of all ages feel more comfortable and laid back while they are outside and unrestricted. In these large, open spaces, you and your family can simply spend time together doing your typical routine while your photographer focuses on the art of storytelling.
New Hampshire Day in the Life Picture Sessions - DITL
There is something beautiful about the imperfections in an ordinary day. The best gift that you can give your family now and in the years to come is the investment in authentic photographs that showcase a real day in your life. These stress-free sessions, designed to capture the realness and honesty of an average day for your family, produce the most genuine images, and these are the ones that you will cherish for years to come.
New Hampshire Birth Sessions at Home or Hospital
The birth of your child is an experience that is filled with both beauty and chaos. It’s a moment in time that you won’t want to forget, yet it’s an experience in which the details may fade away in the coming weeks, months and years. To capture the first moments in which you meet your baby and those first special hours together, you should enlist the help of a New Hampshire documentary birth photographer. An experienced family photographer who specializes in documentary birth sessions will be able to capture your labor journey, the birth experience and the immediate reaction that you have when you see your baby’s face for the first time — all while respecting your space. The right photographer will be able to use discretion while focusing on the fleeting moments that you will want to remember from your birth experience. Whether you plan to give birth at home or at the hospital, you can book a documentary birth session with a professional reportage-style birth photographer.