We only have one shot at this and then it’s gone.
One of the joys of being a photographer, especially one who photographs expats, is the ability to help families to document and remember their experience of their adopted country. The kids grow, the tulip season only lasts a couple of months and of course there is always that next assignment or expat move just around the corner.
But to take the time, to acknowledge, document, and celebrate the
The tulips and color are so amazing right now in South Holland. I was able to get out and photograph some family sessions this past weekend. I picked a spot to close to Lisse, kind of on the way to the Keukenhof and in the heart of the tulip growers belt in The Netherlands. It is a riot of color out there right now and around every bend is a beautiful field of tulips, daffodils, and sweet
I participated in a local South Holland art and craft show and met this fantastic local artists named Karianne. She creates these lovely bespoke boxes out of gorgeous papers and fabrics. And the best part is that she loves the challenge of creating one of kind items. I have been on the lookout for more products and ways to showcase the stories of my clients and I think that I have found something
Telling the story of a family, especially an expat family that is getting ready for the “next big move”, becomes a story of relationships to people and almost as importantly to place and the things that we hold dear. It is in a child’s room, those mementos that have been organized just so. A family of deer with big eyes – watchful of all that happens in a swirling torrent
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