Just a couple of weeks ago, I got to spend about an hour with mom, Michelle, Paige and big sister Madelyn capturing some images of just the three of them and mostly to celebrate Paige’s first birthday. What a sweety. She evenread more »
When Heaven called me after being referred to my business for a Tahoe family snow session right after the holidays, I was ALL in. Well, except for that part where we needed SNOW and SUNSHINE…and in a defined period of time.read more »
When the Shull family arrived at Sly Park Lake, Kerri and Chris looked incredibly familiar. Then, I realized I knew them due to their -flash mob- fame. Yup, flash mob fame….not everyone can claim that. They were front and center, read more »
I admit it. I don’t like writing. I could photograph and edit all day long, unfolding the story of a moment in time with my camera. When it comes to writing as expression, I generally feel inadequate.
Getting to tell the story of familiesread more »
I met the Waller family through Pinetop Montessori in Pollock Pines. This is the second year I’ve photographed their family outside of Pinetop. When they arrived for the session, I had no idea that they had a new little one, Missread more »
Thank you Gustafson Family for the honor and for your kind words! I look forward to next year.
Here are a few of my favs…
“We had our family portraits done by Lisa Richmond Photography. I cannot rave enough about Lisa and herread more »
Here are a few of my favorites from a recent session with Dan and Victoria and their family in their El Dorado Hills neighborhood. I’ve known Dan since we moved to this area back in 2000 as my husband, Jeff and Dan have workedread more »
“Sister is probably the most competitive relationship within the family,
but once the sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship.”
– Margaret Mead
As the mother of two high school girls, just about 3 years apart and away atread more »
It has been a few years since I photographed the Gimpel family and was excited they were ready for another session. After giving them a few ideas of locations, they said that “upcountry” suited them–so off we went.read more »