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National Mall Mini Sessions in August

I’m holding my what seems to be annual National Mall mini sessions again this August on the Saturday the 20th! These sell out pretty fast, but I surprisingly have ONE slot left at 7:21 a.m.

Sessions will be 25 minutes long and held near the Lincoln Monument. Exact location will be dependent on weather and lighting. Cost is $375 (and that includes the permit fee) and includes your choice of 10 digital images from the edited gallery. For $150 more, you can have all of the images from your gallery! (If we have bad weather, we will reschedule is Sunday, August 21.)

This also includes consultation prior to session, access to my styling service, session fee, online gallery of edited images, and print release for all images. Only six people are allowed for these sessions. Additional family members are $20 per person. Because of the permit fee, there is no returning client discount. Maryland sales tax will be added to the listed price. Clients can purchase prints in gallery store.

Just take a look at last year’s National Mall mini sessions for an idea of what to expect! This was my first session of the morning, and this family had just returned from France! They got out there with their sweet pup and it was gorgeous!

Like my other sessions, I try to get some movement in; I like to get the entire family and break up into smaller groups. For families who are from DC, those who are just visiting, or those who are just here for a short time, photos at the National Mall are a great way to commemorate time in the Nation’s Capitol. To snag that last slot for my National Mall mini sessions this August, email me at, and we’ll get you booked!

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Meet Teresa


Hi. I’m Teresa. While photography is a part-time job for me, documenting your stories doesn’t ever get treated like it’s not important. My full-time gig is teaching high school English, journalism, and photography at an all-boys’ school in Washington, DC. Journalism is my favorite subject to teach because it is as much about writing as it is about the art of observing the world, and I became a photographer because of my experiences in photojournalism.

You’ll see in galleries with my families, children, newborns, or weddings, my style definitely is more about documenting connection and trying to create real moments. I love a good portrait, but my heart is happiest when I get real smiles from people loving on and playing with each other.

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