Jessika had no intention of finding love. Her intention was actually to stay away from it. So when the cute guy at the barbecue made his move, she rejected him. She was not interested. She was a mom and her kids came first. Ian insisted… He never gave up. He finally convinced her to take a ride on a street bike and that ride led to a date at Mission Beach. He loved her… Loved her kids… So when Ian asked Jessika to marry him, he also asked them. Love is two people, love is a family, love is inevitable.. even if it at first you plan to stay away.
Kids are the focus. Jessika and Ian spend their time between baseball, soccer and football games, coaching their kids’ teams, rooting for them… We had to include their love for them and their love of sports!
DenellOMG! These turned out amazing!! I love them!
NikkiWhat a wonderful happy family. Can’t help but love the images with the kids involved, their story is amazing.
Johnboy WilsonLove those shots in front of that big old doorway with the kids clowning around!
RachaelLovely set of images, really love the family ones on the train tracks. Great Job!
Jim MurphyGreat portrait session. Nice work!
Julianne MarkowLovely story, I love how they wanted the kids in the session, and the ones on the windows are really sweet 🙂
Angel KidwellThe doorway photos are really cute!:)
NoraWhat a happy family. The ones in the window are my favourites.
Noelle GoveiaWow, beautiful photos of a beautiful family!
ALMA //Love that each child has their own sport!
MathiasReally lovely family. Looks like you had a good time and you captured it well.
JonI love the natural feel of these photos, very timeless.