The annual Santa Photo can’t be missed, it’s a tradition. Come visit Santa and create a holiday memory! Great for all who are young at heart!!!
Saturday, December 9 from 9am – 4pm
Sunday, December 10 from 9am – 4pm
9131 California Ave SW – 98136 (just up the street for the ferry dock)
Avoid the wait when you make an appointment!
Call Today – 206.371.0585 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ten Minute visits with Santa:
2-5×7 & 4 wallets $40
4-5×7 & 8 wallets $50
Session download with no prints $50
Session download with print purchase add $20
Deliver to Schoolhouse No Charge
Please mail add $3.50
All packages INCLUDE Washington State sales tax.
20% will be donated to the Fauntleroy Community Service Agency (FCSA)
There’s nothing sweeter than watching families play together…and the annual Fauntleroy Fall Festival was the place to be this past weekend. Cake walks, pumpkin painting, salmon hats, music, pony rides…what more can you ask for? And of course the annual festival photo! See them all here: http://epnw.phanfare.com/14373388
Ho, Ho, Ho! What would Christmas be without the annual Santa photo? Gail Ann invites you to Wallingford Center for the best Santa experience! She’ll be there on select dates waiting for you and yours! It’s a beautifully decorated set perfect for fireside chats next to the tree. Children love the old fashioned wooden toys, rocking horse and cuddly teddy bears that bring out smiles from even the most timid of visitors. You won’t have to wait in line either because this Santa offers convenient online appointment scheduling.
Santa at Wallingford Center sets up shop in the Kerf International Art Gallery on the main floor in December.
Gail Ann will be your photographer on:
December 5 from 9-2
December 6 from 9 – Noon
December 12 from 2-closing
December 13 from 9-6
December 19 from 9-6
December 20 from 9-6
Cost: $30 & up.
Book Online: www.nancytreder.com
Bonus: The first 100 to book online before Dec. 1st receive a free photo ornament (while supplies last.)
I met Natalia and Carson at the water in Lincoln Park for our photo shoot. Carson was more interested in scouring the stones for jellyfish and such so I got plenty of interaction shots of brother and sister. Natalia was willing to ‘pose on command’ and showed off her cute smile. I managed to catch fleeting smiles of Carson on the run. Mom felt glad that we got this session done in time for the holidays….yes the holidays! Can you say ‘christmas cards!’.
I’m always pleased when my brides begin to have families and include me in their life. I spent the morning at The Cove with these sweet cousins right before the 4th of July. Getting kids this young to pose for a formal photo was pretty challenging but their playful antics made for some wonderful captured moments in time. Ducks, jam and cookies are the trick!
I met Leah at Lowman Beach for our first session together. She certainly knew what she wanted to do most: Swing! So it took some effort to convince her the water and logs were a fun place to be. But mom persevered and we got some cute images of her in the reeds.
Emme popped in to see me for her 1st birthday photo shoot. She was a little apprehensive and stuck close to mom most of the time. But some pretty flowers, an enticing apple and a suitcase to climb on brought her personality out! Not to mention the cute pink sunglasses…