Fort Walton Beach Photographer | Palermo Family

Hi again, ladies and gents!

Let me stop for a second to tell you that I am seriously the luckiest photographer in the world. My clients are always so amazing to work with. That’s true of my session with the Palermo family, too!

I met up with them on June 26, 2018 at the beach on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, FL and the weather was perfect for photo-taking. The sun was out, beach wasn’t too crowded, and temperature wasn’t too hot! While the weather was fine, it was the Palermo family that made this shoot such a success.

 

The Palermo family consists of

Holly is a Nurse at an assisted living facility for those who have dementia.

Curt is a jack-of-all-trades. He is a teacher at Pryor Middle School located in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. He also teaches kite boarding and scuba diving.

Seth is a senior in high school who loves to play basketball.

Hallie is a 10th grader. Her life seems to revolve around music.

Xander is a 9th grader who has an outgoing spirit and love horseback riding.

Alita is 9 years old who is their little diva! She loves to dance.

Lincoln is 3 years old who has a love for the water.

Mila is 2 years old. She has an obsession with popsicles and bubbles!

 

“We love anything outdoors. Lazy beach days, kite boarding, horseback riding, and going out on the boat.”says Holly, when asked what their family likes to do.

I asked Holly what are some words of wisdom you have for other families preparing for a family session? She says “Don’t stress yourself out by over thinking things! If you have any questions or concerns don’t hesitate to ask Jennifer! She is very helpful!”

As you can see from the comments above and the photos below, this family is not only photogenic, but also a close-knit group who clearly love spending time together. Holly, Curt, Seth, Hallie, Xander, Anita, Lincoln, and little Mila are lucky to have each other.

Our session highlights are below!

 

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