Documentary Family Photographer: The Rossetto’s
When your kids are grown, do you think they will want to know what ‘everyday life’ was like growing up? The ‘everyday’ will change often, and one day the details will be fuzzy. My very favorite thing to do is capture this time and preserve it for you– the routine, messy, quiet, chaotic, intimate, joyous, and magical moments in life. The best way to document this time is with a ‘Day in the Life’ documentary session.
The #1 myth I want to debunk with documentary sessions is that “it will be exhausting because it’s such a long time to take photographs”. I hear this concern a lot. But since I’m not directing you at all, we don’t have any certain expectations for what we want you or your kids to do, and you are just living your life like you would if I wasn’t there– I promise it’s not stressful at all. If your kid doesn’t like being told what to do, or is neurodivergent, this is the type of session that’s especially perfect for them.
My Day in the Life sessions are perfectly paired with heirloom albums, along with stand out moments made into framed artwork, to make your story visible and tangible, and to preserve it for your lifetime and beyond.
A snowy Sunday with the Rossettos was so completely unique to them, even when it’s relatable, and I loved capturing this day for them.