Jensen Family | Winter Logan Utah Family Photographer

The Jensen Family and I met up the day after Christmas for their Family Session. The holidays are always a busy time but I’m so happy to fit this family into my schedule. Bridgette called me a few months ago to schedule their session, knowing that her family would all be in town for Christmas. I am so thankful to have captured this special time for them.

We met up Monday afternoon at Mack Park in Smithfield. The crisp winter snow had just fallen this past weekend and on Christmas but the day was sunny and actually slightly warm. Well, at least warmer than it has been. It was NOT freezing, which is always a plus when doing pictures.

The walkways at Mack Park were packed down and easy to walk on which helped a lot. We did their individual photos and the kids on the path to help minimize the amount of snow everyone had to stand in. Soaking wet feet and people are never super fun for pictures so anything we can do to keep people warm is a bonus. Like, coats! I had the Jensen Family bring coats and blankets too just in case.

I love the photos we captured of all the girls and their dad. Most of these guys live in Utah but some traveled from Texas so this was a special occasion to get them all together.

The group photo was super fun! I love the color combinations of Black, Red, Maroon and Greys they wore. Those colors really help them pop in the snow. That’s always a plus for winter pictures!

Thanks again Jensen’s. I loved creating these memories for you all. Happy Holidays and safe travels!



Session Details

Photographer: Stacey Hansen Photography | Location: Mack Park, Smithfield Utah | Family: Jensen’s

About Stacey Hansen

I'm a 30 something year old wife, mom, step mom, dog mom and photog! I'm passionate about capturing your memories in the moment and creating a unique client experience for all to love.

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