Introducing the beautiful Colleran family! Bill and Lillian reside here in Richmond Hill. This sweet couple have been together for 38 years! They have two grown children, Ross and Chelsea. Ross and his wife Melissa have two precious daughters. They reside in California. Chelsea and her husband Collin are the proud parents of adorable baby Elliott. They live in Georgia. Even with the many miles between them, this family is full of love for one another.
Bill and Lillian with their wonderful son and daughter. Our boutique studio is always an option, but if on-location is more your style we have several places to select from including Ft. McAllister, J.F. Gregory Park, Tivoli Marsh, downtown Savannah, Red Gate Farms, and Tybee, to name a few. The outdoor portion of this family portrait session was photographed at Fort McAllister her in Richmond Hill. What a blessing it is to live in such a beautiful place with so many natural backdrops for gorgeous portraits!
All these gorgeous grandchildren! Look at those smiles! The oldest is Teagan age 10. Then we have her younger sister Kiera age 8. Last, but not least we have cousin Elliott age 8 months at the time of their session. How cute are they!
Daughter Chelsea and son-in-law Collin are having the time of their life being new parents to baby Elliott. What a gorgeous background. We are so blessed to live here in coastal Georgia where there are so many picturesque places.
Son Ross and daughter-in-law Melissa are busy parents to these two active young ladies out in California. Visits with family here in Georgia are so cherished.
Time for the guys and time for the gals! Don’t they all look great!
Such sweet kiddos!
Three wonderfully happy and blessed couples right here!
What a pleasure it was spending time with this sweet family. They were so much fun and a joy to be with. We hope they enjoy and cherish their portraits for many years to come. Children grow up so fast and life seems to fly by so quickly. It’s important to stop and capture these precious days because they are fleeting and we can never get them back. Thanks Colleran Family!