Category Archives: children

my new blog!

In celebration of my move to Seattle, I’ve launched a brand new website & blog!   On the new blog, I will be writing about adventures in parenting, exploring seattle, photography tips &  featuring photos of my cute clients. If you’ve been receiving Casey V Photography blog posts via email, you’ll need to update your subscription […]

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jinky art workshop!

In September one of my biggest photography dreams came true: I attended a Jinky Art workshop!  I’ve admired Barb Uil’s work since I first started.  I love how her photos make you feel something.  They transport you into the world of a child.  They’re whimsical and creative and they tell stories. Our styles are nothing […]

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fall mini sessions!

I’ve been dreading this post quite a bit.  Don’t get me wrong, the mini sessions were fabulous.  Beautiful weather, perfect location, and most importantly… happy & cooperative clients! But these were my final sessions before Baby V makes his or her appearance.  My final trip to Minneapolis before the due date.  To be honest, it […]

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addison & ella

This is my final sneak peek post from my August visit to Minneapolis… and it’s one of my favorite families!  I can hardly believe how grown up Addison & Ella are now [Ella was one of my very first newborns, once upon a time]. Since it was threatening rain all day, we moved their session […]

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crosby is 18 months!

This guy is probably starting to look really familiar… I’ve taken his 3, 6, 9 and 12 month photos.  Oh and he’s plastered all over my website.  He’s just too stinking cute. Seeing Crosby & his family was one of the highlights of my Minneapolis visit.  I couldn’t wait to see how much Crosby had […]

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claire is three!

I truly can’t believe how much Claire has grown up since I saw her last summer.  Granted, she was two years old then.  And two year olds are the most difficult age to photograph (in my opinion) because they’re too young to articulate what they want, have basically no attention span, hate following instructions, and […]

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