Family Photography

Three Things I Love About Photographing Families

Why I Love Photographing Families

Here we are in the month of love! Although, really, Valentine’s Day is just a fun day, an excuse for something special in the middle of winter.

Seeing Families / Kids Grow

It is so fun to see families change and grow over time! What an honor to be the person to document it.

This is one of my favorite families. I photographed their engagement session, wedding, maternity session, newborn session, various mini sessions, second son’s newborn session, more mini sessions. I mean, does it get any better? I get witness and document all of the best stuff of life!

wedding couple waves during processional

Pregnant woman stands on hills at dusk

a baby wrapped in a blanket smiles

black and white image of a dad holding his son

two images of a toddler and his parents

mom brushes baby boy's cheek


mom hold baby boy in front of yellow leaves

young brothers hug while sitting on a yellow blanket

family of four stands in front of tree for fall photo session


I have been fortunate to have such inspiring, amazing clients.

I especially love working with clients who have kids just a little older than mine. I learn so much from them — what to expect from my own kids as well as parenting strategies they have successfully used.

mom and son portrait on fall day

mom hugs her son

portrait of mom and sons in front of fall trees

Providing Family Heirlooms

The personal value of family photography increases over time.

I hate to go into sad thoughts, but it’s true. A photo I took of a bride and her mom became priceless to the bride after her mom died of cancer.

As a photographer, I get to document the sweet moments and important relationships that you will reflect on as time passes.

And so that these moments aren’t lost on a crashed hard-drive, I provide exceptional quality goods: albums, framed art, archival prints.

framed artwork of mom and baby above cribframed photos of sisters sitting in leaves by susannah storch photography

Thank You

I have to end this blog post with a big thanks: thank you for allowing me into your life. It is an honor to be here.

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three reasons why I love being a Colorado family photographer

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I've been photographing families professionally since 2006. I am a wife, mama to 2 boys, companion to 2 cats who are named after members of the royal British family, a former preschool teacher. I love running, hiking 14ers, sparkly clothes, the band Phish, river float trips, St. John USVI, farm CSAs, and Colorado blue skies.