The Newlin Family // San Diego Lifestyle Photographer // Erin Oveis Brant Photography

This session with the Newlin Family reminded me of two things: 1) Lifestyle sessions are my absolute favorite. Hands down. No contest. and 2) The best thing about family is having people that totally get you in a way nobody else can. For example, you may not always get along with your brother, but he knows and appreciates things like the family urge to bust out in a spontaneous superhero/kung fu reenactment ; ) My hope is that many years from now, when Charlie and Toby are grown, these photos will take them right back to their childhood. They’ll remember Harry Potter and Legos, playing in the backyard, bike rides all over San Diego, and adventures in the canyon down the street. All the little things that make up a big, beautiful life of a child. The bits and pieces that create the story of a family. The good stuff : ) I don’t think I can possibly articulate how much I enjoyed my time with this super fun family…

We began our time together with the boys showing me some of their favorite things.

One of the rules of being a little brother is that you have to do everything your big brother does. And clearly a broken arm is not slowing Charlie down!

Can you even believe the hair and the freckles?! It was hard to resist squeezing him. But then he made this face and I’m glad that I did;)

Jay wanted pictures of Elizabeth in action so I hopped on the back of a bike to shoot and ride. A first for me. So awesome!

To the canyon!

They are just ridiculously cute.

Not to be outdone by the boys, Elizabeth + Jay demonstrate a little modeling mojo;)

A quick pose for their future album cover. Just in case they ever need one.

It quickly turns into an amazing martial arts demonstration.

Some sweet time with mom <3 Elizabeth, you are gorgeous!

Toby takes over location scouting duties. Jay is pumped:)

Back home for a little puppy love before we wrap <3


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Pattycake - November 16, 2012 - 12:53 pm

These are great. Sorry there isn’t one of you with your camera on the back of that bike! :-)

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