Introducing, by far my most exciting photography offering, The Archivist Program.  Four shoots over one year — and you don’t have to do a thing except be yourselves!


Memories don’t happen once a year. This package is designed as the best way to document your real life over the course of a year. The repeated sessions capture your family’s growth, so you can have it all beautifully archived.

Example sessions might include :

• Saturday morning breakfast
• The routine with your newborn
• A day at the cottage
• Seder dinner
• Ballet class
• Teeth brushing, tuck ins and stories at bedtime • Rise and shine, getting ready for school
• Sprinklers
• Snow angels and snow men
• Swim lessons
• Fall afternoons walking the dog
• Homework time
• Any day… like, Wednesday!

Wanna see examples?

Here is Etta, photographed from pregnancy to one year old.
And here is Kye, photographed at three years old, and completed at four with a new baby brother!

I make this easy for you. Four photo shoots, files for printing, galleries for sharing, a completed album at the end of the year, a framed print that is changed 4 times a year and two framed prints for gifts.
I take care of everything — you just be you and live your life.

• Includes me, embedded with your family for 2.5 hours, 4 times in a year

• Travel to your home or preferred location

• All uploading, editing, processing

• Online proofing gallery to share + order prints from for each session

• Online slideshow of Documentographer “Best Of” Selects at the end of the year.

• High resolution files from each shoot for printing

• 10×10” archival album with 125 images from the “Best of” collection of the year*

• 2 – 8×10” framed photos

• 1 – 11×14” framed photo — with delivery of a quarterly updated print from each shoot

*Why is the album always included in this package? Four shoots can add up to a wonderful collection of images over the year. I include the album to ensure you have your collection in a beautiful physical form.

Contact me to sign up for your year!

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in News & Views | 0 comments