Does the thought of dragging your kids to a typical family photo session fill you with dread?
Imagine if your photo session actually made you excited. What if your kids loved it, too?
You can keep taking snaps with your camera. You can keep paying for mediocre photos. You can tell yourself there’s no better way…
But what if there is a better way?
I was a little nervous about what a real life photography shoot could be like but it was the most fun and relaxing photo shoot we have ever done.
Photographs of your life should not be stressful or boring.
is travel and discovery, it’s mess and chaos, strong emotion, crooked grins and motion, tears and joy and all the rest.
“If you want photos that you could never in a million years get - look no further.”
You’ve never cared for traditional family photography.
You didn’t want to worry about what everyone was going to wear, or say, or do. The thought of that kind of photo-session has always made you cringe.
what you didn’t know…
is that there’s a whole OTHER way to do family photography. And you and your kids will love it. Really.
how does this magic happen?
we meet and you tell me all about your family: what you enjoy to do, what a lazy Sunday in your house looks like, and what your children love
we meet again and put our plans to action: you do some serious hang-out time with your kids, and I take the photographs
Your heart skips when you get your package: a photograph-box packed full of the most meaningful reminders of your incredible life and all its joys
Take a look at the families I photographed in 2018.
(Turn on the sound, and enjoy!)
So, what’s the story you’re creating?
what people love about their photographs
“Our experience with Viara was exceptional from start to finish. If you want to capture "a slice of life", this is it!”
“We LOVED working with Viara! Her photos capture the uniqueness of ordinary experiences that may otherwise fly by.”
“Viara is the kindest soul and her photos perfectly reflect the comfort she brings.
You feel like you are hanging out with a good pal who happens to occasionally hit click on her camera.”