Category Archives: infants

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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happy valentines day!

My ‘studly’ little boy wanted to wish everyone a very Happy Valentines Day!   When I saw The Album Cafe’s free valentines templates, I knew we had to send out some real (ie: snail mail) Valentines to celebrate Colin’s first Valentine’s Day!  Enjoy!

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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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william is 6 months!

Here is another session from my August Minneapolis visit.  I was so glad that the timing worked to meet up with William and do his 6 month photos.  I first met William when he was just days old.  I remember that he was a very hungry little fella… drinking 12 oz bottles as a newborn! […]

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hope is one!

Another one of my ‘The First Year’ clients has turned one!  For this session, I went to Hope’s home- I hadn’t been doing many in-home sessions because of my studio space, but since the move have been doing more & more in-home sessions.  They’re even more fun than being in the studio, in my opinion. […]

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audrey is one!

minneapolis family photographer

I absolutely love it when clients opt for ‘The First Year’ package.  Watching their little ones grow up from newborn to 6 months and then to one year… it’s just too much fun! It was great to see Audrey again.  I could hardly believe when she arrived & was walking [actually, running] towards me.  I’ve […]

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