Photography tara fletcher

Bright Eyed and Bushy tailed Newborn Baby Boy | Kalamazoo Newborn Photographer

This beautiful family welcomed their third child into the world at the beginning of January. Getting to know them and photographing his session was such an amazing experience.  Sweet Nabeel slept beautifully in mom, dad, and sisters arms, but when it came time for posing, he was so alert and interested in everything going on…

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Winter Lifestyle Photography makes my world go ’round | Kalamazoo Photographer

Winter tends to be when things slow down and everyone hunkers down and stays warm. It gives me a chance to catch up on old personal projects and create some new work for myself.  The days are short, but feel long. We go to school in the dark and come home in the dark, so…

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Here’s to a New Year, New Start, and New Beginnings | Southwest Michigan Lifestyle Photographer

Happy New Year! Goodbye 2017 and welcome 2018. I hope you are waking up with a renewed sense of purpose and joy!  Each start of every new year brings with it so much positivity and hope. I am a very goal oriented and person, and appreciate any opportunity to step back, evaluate, learn, plan, and…

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Happy 1st Cake Smash to Captain Jack! | Kalamazoo Baby and Child Photographer

Ahoy mateys! Captain Jack turned ONE today! I had the pleasure of spending some time with him and his sweet mama last week. This handsome dude was all smiles at his milestone session, until we got to the cake smash.  Although he loved it, eating cake is very serious business, you know, and Mr. Jack…

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Fall Fun for the Fletcher Kids | Southwest Michigan Lifestyle Photographer

After finishing a successful 12 weeks of summer project, I thought it would be a good idea to try to keep it going with a 12 weeks of Fall project that could perhaps turn into an informal Project 52.  I have attempted long term projects like this before, but never succeeded.  I gave it a…

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