Archive for 'Personal'

October 6, 2018

So full of joy!! My cheeks still hurt from smiling so hard. Meet Kennedy. • • • #northernvirginiaphotographer #honeyandchildphotography #novaphotographer#babyphotography #firstbirthday

 

September 2, 2018

Our Back to School Minis were such a success! You guys, I couldn’t fit everything in the shot! Because of your generosity, Comfort Cases received all of these amazing backpacks and school items for their foster kids in need. My heart is so happy and appreciative. Meeting all of your kids was the icing on the cake! Many thanks, Randi 

August 4, 2018

Fall Mini Session sign ups are coming! Here’s a sneak peak at the dates and locations:

9/22- Manassas Battlefields
10/6- Blandy Experimental Farm
10/20- Hartland Apple Orchard
11/3- Simply Studio Minis
11/4- Christmas PJs
 — with Nicole Hughes andRandi Honey Morgan.

Email me to reserve your fall family photography session – randi@honeyandchild.com

 

July 30, 2016

Northern Virginia Baby Photographer

Stella Jane was such a dream baby to work with. These are just a few of my favorites from her session. Enjoy!

-Northern Virginia Baby Photographer – Mclean Virginia Newborn Photographer – Alexandria Virginia Newborn Photographer – Ashburn Baby Photographer –

January 2, 2013

This year has been incredible! In a little over two years, Honey & Child Photography has grown into something I once dreamed of. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world having two dream jobs. Because of my amazing clients, I’m able to stay at home with my three girls and be the mother I’ve always wanted to be and take on a couple clients a week. I am so humbled and honored that so many families have chosen me to document such special times in their lives. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

I have the best clients trusting me with their new precious little ones. I’m always in awe when new innocent life comes into the studio. I’m sure many people turn away from doing business with me once they review my pricing. I’m not the cheapest or most expensive in my area. I could go on and on about how much it is to run a photography business, how many thousands of dollars worth of equipment, and how much time goes into each session…but that’s another post. You don’t have to be rich to afford custom photography, it just has to be something you see as a priority. I feel so privileged to have clients that see custom photography as an investment that will last a lifetime. They’re only this little for a little while.

Personally, my family has had a busy & fun year! Just 5 months ago, we welcomed our third wonderful daughter and moved into our new home! I now have a great home studio that has been getting a lot of love. To my husband, who is the most supportive partner I could ever dream of, thank you for believing in me and always helping every step along the way. I love you. Mom & Dad, thank you for your never ending support and for always opening your home & arms for play dates while Mommy has a session in the morning. You’re the best!

Thank you all again for such a great year!! Here are just a few of my favorites from 2012!

All of my girls 🙂 My three daughters, my niece, and God daughter


July 8, 2011

I’ve been wanting to take a photography workshop for sometime to continue my growth as a newborn photographer. So finally about a month ago, I sweet talked my ever supportive husband to let me go to a newborn workshop in New York. For over a year now, I’ve been blog stalking Summer Lyn Photography. I could look at her work allll dayyy loooong. ..::sigh::.. I’ve  connected to her work more than any other photographer. Her style is soft & warm and the love literally drips off the pages of her blog. We’ve been trying to get together since May and just last weekend I finally made the long trek up to New York.

Here are a couple things I learned from my drive up to see Summer.

  • 5 hours of Mumford & Sons and Adele on repeat never gets old.
  • Driving through New York City at 6pm is much worse than child birth.
  • When your GPS tells you “You have arrived”, in the middle of a freeway. You know you’re screwed.
  • Driving circles around Queens at 9 o’clock at night isn’t as fun as being on a merry-go-round. It’s actually much much worse.
  • I may have gotten my mother’s fire red hair, but clearly did not get her sense of direction. : -D

Getting to Summer’s house on Saturday was so much easier. Thank goodness.  Summer is as funny, beautiful, & warm as she is on her blog posts. I instantly loved her even more. Her studio is amazing, the light is literally perfect, & her prop organization is to die for. We talked set-up, lighting, posing, post processing, & all things newborn photography. For the next 15 hours I was like a kid in a candy shop! I soaked everything up. And in between the beautiful babes I got to photograph, hanging out with her family was equally as fun. I probably should have paid extra for all the belly laughs & amazing food courtesy of her husband.

Summer, I know I’ve said it before, but you’re the best!! Thank you for pushing me and for encouraging me. Despite the 10 hour drive, I had the greatest time ever!

Here’s one shot I got along with a pull back shot showing Summer helping me out with the diffuser. Many more photos to come!!

June 23, 2011

with about 8 minutes, a chair, a great big open field, & two sweet babes?

These heart melting photos of my two girls. I love them. I’ve wanted some new photos of my girls who grow overnight it seems, but they aren’t really the easiest subjects. These photos are exactly them–Coco: patient, silly, & turning into such a big girl. Evie: giggly, curious, too busy to sit, & on the go!

I’ve listed our mini session information at the bottom of this post. Get in touch with me if you’re interested in a short & sweet session with a huge reward of lasting memories. More details to come soon!