Charlottesville Family Photographer – Little Timmy

I had a blast doing a family shoot for Tim and Kelly featuring their  son Little Timmy. They wanted some updated photos of Timmy they so asked if I would want to go out and take some photos of him running around, having fun and just being himself. I immediately jumped on the opportunity to photograph him for them.

Child playing hide and seek

We started out on the Lawn on the grounds of the University of Virginia where Timmy ran around and played hide and seek behind the trees.Charlottesville Child photographer

We then made it across the Lawn to Pavilion IX where he looked like a mini frat boy while he posed for some photos on the stairs and by the columns.

Timmy in front of door

Little Timmy also proved he has the moves when it comes to the ladies, especially the college ladies around campus. Below is him checking out and flirting with a group of girls who were in the middle of a tour of the Grounds. 🙂

boy sitting

Timmy and his dad are HUGE New York Giants fans. So he put his Giants shirt on and Dad put his Giants jersey on and got involved in the photos. In the process of putting his Giants shirt on Timmy made sure to show off his spiderman tattoo. They played some football, rough-housed and had all around quality father son bonding time together while I photographed the fun. We got so many priceless photos of them playing, it was awesome!

father and sonNY Giants fansDown Set...

Toward the end of the session we made our way down to the amphitheater where I snapped a few more shots. The low sun in the background made for some really beautiful photos!

kid making funny facechild at ampitheatermonster truckChild at UVa

After Little Timmy put in a solid hour running around, playing football, flirting, and playing with his Monster truck, he was ready to call it a wrap and go home for some well deserved rest. We all had so much fun that afternoon and I can’t wait to do another session like this soon!

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