Preserving Family Legacies
CAPTURING YOUR TINIEST MOMENTS
It's super cliche but it's also the truth. Babies don't keep and children grow up way too fast! Preserving your family's story through photos is important for your children, not just yourself!
I promise to bring a relaxed, joyful attitude to your session that will make you feel comfortable and confident. I will interact with your children to get the best of them. No need to fuss and tell them to behave, let me play games and you just enjoy them.
At the end of 2019 we pulled up our roots from the Pensacola area and moved to Richton, where my fahter-in-law grew up.
moved to Mississippi
welcomed our baby boy
Most likely our last child, we welcomed our baby boy into the world in 2021. He's loved by all and endears himself to everyone he meets.
...More exciting things to come!
After years of infertility, and an adoption process that didn't go as we had hoped we finally welcomed our first child into this world. She was the perfect Christmas gift that keeps on giving.
welcomed our daughter
We met at the most romantic place you could think of... Arby's! Ha! After graduating college 2003 I was bummed to not have found my one. Five years later we met and got married 6 months later.
married MY wife
Some friends of mine got married. I showed up with my camera and was hooked!
PIcked up a camera and shot my first wedding
Michael Newman PHOTOGRAPHY
welcomed our son
We were blessed with our second child and first son in 2017. The perfect addition to our family.
Between beach weddings and family trips to the beach Portofino is one of my favorite places to relax and enjoy family time.
Portofino Island resort
Who doesn't love a good cup of coffee? White Chocolate Mocha is my favorite drink but I can't drink those every day!
From listening to playing music, I love it all! Electric guitar is my primary instrument but really anything with strings appeals to me. I love to play in my church and wherever I can find a stage.
Mostly to the grocery store... by myself...
Isn't this the goal of every parent everywhere? It just hardly ever happens. And the definition of sleeping in has changed since my teenage days.