Family photos Escondido | Kris & Kurt
When Kris asked me to take photos of her husband Kurt and her at their home, I knew this was going to be a fun – and incredibly meaningful – photoshoot.
Kurt has been battling cancer, and recently his diagnosis took a turn for the worse. Before he went back for an additional round of treatments, I had the honor of documenting their love story while both of them were feeling healthy and looking vibrant.
When I pulled into the driveway of their Escondido home, the first thing I noticed was this gorgeous, mint condition 1954 Ford F100 pick up. I knew we would have to get some photos of the truck in their shots. We treated this photoshoot like a date night, I followed them around their home documenting them in all of their favorite spots.
Kris honored her friend Julie’s request to wear her “hippie clothes” for some of the shots. So we did a little role play – with Kris as the hippie chick hitchhiking as Kurt pulled up in his vintage pickup truck. How fun are they!!??
And to make this love story even sweeter, Kris said to me after this photoshoot … “I can’t remember the last time we looked that deeply into each other’s eyes. It was so special having this time together”
Needless to say I left this photoshoot with a full heart, I loved being around both of them as they enjoyed being with each other. Cheers to love!!
My heart is breaking and you could not have captured a more real, beautiful, meaningful story of my Sister and her husband, my heart and soul in such a short time! Thank you for giving our whole family this portraits for a lifetime.
I left a comment earlier and I suppose it did not take! It captured my heart in its first vidual, and I can only hope it can recapture! I don’t know you, Marcy Browe, but you we able to create a story of my sister that went straight to the heart! You did capture a lovestory that I have been so happy to have been and still be a part of. My sister is my heat and Kurt is my my sole and I love them both so much! This journey is not right!! Not yet!!!! Not ever!!!, but capturing what you did makes it easier. Thank you and I hope to meet you some day! Thank you for giving this present to my sister.
Wow, beautiful photos Marcy! I can see how these will be passed down for generations and truly treasured by the families.
thanks Andrew – as you know, it’s an honor to be able to bring photography and memories to loved ones.