Give the gift of photography

This is one of those rare images — I was teasing our son about coming to sit by me, and he was refusing. He had just turned 13 after all — and who wants to sit by their mom?! The hands of time just keep ticking, don’t they? Another year has passed and he’s lost that baby face completely. I am so glad Quinn caught this very precious moment. So with that, I bid all you moms out there a happy early mother’s day, whether you’re new to the job or a bit of a veteran. At every age of their childhood, you really do learn something new about them.

In honor of this special day we’re offering our Small Wonders gift certificates at special prices.

$175 Session Fee Certificate for $95
$300 gift certificate for $200
$600 gift certificate for $400

Offer ends Friday, May 6th.

*Multiples may be purchased, but ONLY ONE CERTIFICATE MAY BE USED PER PHOTO SESSION and PURCHASING SESSION. Certificates may not be used with any other promotion or for High School Senior Sessions.


Renascentwood photo shoot

Quinn just started a new personal project that has been swirling around in his head for the better part of a year. He wanted to do a photo project showing local artisans engaged in their craft. He has a list of people he wants to highlight — one of them being a friend of ours, Becky Wren of Renascentwood. We’ve known Becky since she was a teenager. Her dad and Quinn are fellow bike riders, and we’ve known the family for about 20 years! Becky has always been artistic, and in her new business she creates hand carved spoons, knives and earrings from reclaimed wood. Her pieces are truly unique and beautiful. In a “big box” world, it’s refreshing to see one-of-a-kind, handmade items.

Quinn had a great time hanging out, listening to music and catching up with Becky. He soaked it all in and created these images of our friend and artist.

Be sure to check out Becky’s website and store.

Watch for more images of local artisans here and on our Small Wonders Facebook page!