As a family photojournalist, I reveal the beauty and humor in everyday life and all its chaotic glory for Austin’s sinners, saints, and all you in-betweeners ready to celebrate the messy beauty in your own family’s true stories.
Nobody does mornings exactly like you do. Or evenings, either. Or any moment in between. And even though the days seem long, the character of your days is evolving faster than you can blink.
Together we will create a visual history of your life's current rhythm, quirks and moments. One that will allow you to evoke this period years down the road, when the first-hand memory has faded.
You know that thing that y'all do, that feels so perfectly iconic for your family? Your beloved weekly trip to the ice cream parlor. The annual Polar Bear Splash. Baking apple pie. Sunday morning coffee at Tom's.
How rad would it be to have a beautiful set of photographs that tell the story of this experience? Snapshot sessions were made for capturing a specific, meaningful happening in your family's story.
Momming is an all-consuming, unforgettable job, right? But go ahead and scroll through your camera roll. How many are there of you with the little ones, actually doing your superhero thing, mama? As a mother myself, one of my fears is leaving no visual record of my time with my children. Do yourself -- and your children -- a favor. Set aside your excuses and get in the frame with them.
"She was so good at not only bringing out all of our personalities, making us feel comfortable and in general feeling like we were all a team in the process, she also has a real talent for capturing (dare I say) the essence of a person, a scene, a moment, in a way I've never witnessed before from a photographer.”
“Seeing my life through the lens of art when flipping through the book Aleks created made even the mundane tasks seem special.”
"I cannot imagine undertaking a day-in-the-life series with anyone other than Aleks. Yes, she is by every measure a visionary in her craft but it is her kind, witty, warm and reassuring presence that allowed us to surrender to an experience that was indeed picture perfect.”