Family moments

...memories of you and your loved ones to cherish forever.

There are so many reasons why I love family photography. First of all, it’s always fun! Whenever there are kids around there will be a reason to laugh. I also love to get to know all the different kinds of families with totally different personalities, interestes and taste. It’s always new and always exciting to me. Then there is the fact that I get to capture moments that will be with them for a lifetime. The first family photo together after the birth of their baby, a birthday or anniversary, or just a portrait of everyone together that is not a selfie. All these moments are so special and I feel honored to be a part of them. 

Family moments

...memories of you and your loved ones to cherish forever.

How I work

If you’re after perfect, smooth and posed studio-type photographs, then I might not be the right photographer for you. I love natural lifestyle photography, in documentary style with a slight vintage (film) vibe. I like to capture real moments and real emotions. Of course, an arranged photoshoot is never 100% spontaneous. But your interactions, laughters and hugs – they can be real. So I like to create an atmosphere in which you can feel free and safe, to be who you are as a family, without feeling the need to create a certain pose or look for the camera.


Wherever you like to be together as a family is where I’ll go with my camera. This can be your home  – especially for newborn sessions this is usually great, because you don’t need to move and bring the baby into a new environment – your favorite spot on the beach or somewhere in your city. 


To create the kind of dreamy and soft vibe you can see in my photos, I recommend meeting on a sunny or slightly cloudy day, around an hour before sunset. This ‘golden hour’, as it’s called, creates the most beautiful natural light you can wish for in photography, with soft shadows and contrasts. If you’re more of a morning person also the first hour after sunrise is a great choice. Also cloudy days can be great for portraits, though. The clouds act like a massive softbox, filtering the sunlight and the advantage here is that the time is not as important as on sunny days.

"A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it."


I have two standard packages for my Family Sessions. Can't find what you were looking for? Contact me for a personalized offer.

Family Moments Classic

Family Moments Extended

How it works

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