Introducing Stacy Marini Photography

I'm so excited to share my recent partnership with Stacy Marini Photography.  When I partnered with Freshly Picked I wanted to do a photo shoot to feature the moccasins and was looking for the perfect photographer to capture my vision.  I've been following Stacy Marini on social media for several months and loved her work so I reached out to her.  Stacy was on board and met us Simonian Farms for the shoot.  Stacy was fabulous to work with.  She totally understood my concept and was WONDERFUL with my little ones.  Working with young children can be such a challenge and Stacy knew exactly what she was doing.  I walked away from the shoot not stressed out and let me tell you that is a miracle because toddlers and pictures always stress me out.
The pictures speak for themselves so please consider Stacy for your next photo sessions.  She specializes in families, babies, children, seniors, engagements, weddings, and maternity.

Follow Stacy Marini Photography on Facebook and Instagram to see her latest locations and sessions. For more information visit her website.


Madison's outfit was graciously provided by InfantileShop; see blog post here for more info.  Emily's outfit was from Carter's and Old Navy.  Both girls are wearing Freshly Picked Moccasins; see blog post here.
Necklaces were made with love by Voa Voa.  Bows were purchased at Sugar & Spice.
Photoshoot location was Simonian Farms at Clovis & Jensen.


Please tell us a little bit about yourself:
Ever since I was young I loved photography, I remember starting off with a Disk and Polaroid camera, setting up blankets to make a backdrop and taking picture after picture of my baby sister. My mom then gave me the crown of family photographer because I didn’t leave a moment uncaptured on film. Every photoshoot I encounter is exciting to me, I find myself smiling behind the camera as I click away. I want all my clients to feel comfortable and at ease so that I can capture them as naturally as possible. As I mom I understand how important it is to document our families over the years and I feel blessed by the opportunity to photograph my clients special moments.

What has been your greatest lesson in running your own business?
Be kind and supportive to others in your industry.  We were all started from somewhere and helping each other is the right thing to do. I would do anything to help my photographer friends and they would do the same.

What’s your greatest tip for entrepreneurs?
Philippians 4:13 New King James Version (NKJV)13 I can do all things through Christ [a] who strengthens me.  Believe in yourself, follow your passions, and let other benefit from your gifts.

What does your normal day look like?

Kids, editing, house duties, editing, editing, kids, family, editing, kids, family, editing, lol!

Who inspires you?

I am inspired by all the photographers who continue to better themselves and still have passion for what you do

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