family vacation turks and caicos

Celebrate your family before the kids “fly the nest”.

Every family we help with a photo shoot has a different story, a different reason for wanting some family pictures on this visit to Turks and Caicos.  Often its a baby’s first steps or first beach pictures or a second arrival in the family. Perhaps a trip with grandma. A close tie for the lead is when the kids are off in college and moving on to new jobs, new locations. Time has flown by….Read More »Celebrate your family before the kids “fly the nest”.

A special family time.

James and Beth Terry have some amazing “kids”.  With the youngest about to go to do some pre-med courses, another studying engineering and one with a business major they are all well on their way to great careers.  It was lovely to meet up with them at the Regent Grand and capture this “grown up family” for a few minutes as the sun set over Grace Bay Beach. I can only imagine that for James and Terry it must feel like only yesterday that all three girls were starting school…time flies!Read More »A special family time.

The Kosmas Beach Escape

Taking family photos on the beach is a good way to get some special memories from your Turks & Caicos vacation. If perhaps you want something a little different and more adventurous, then you should try one of our “Beach Escape” or “Island Escape” photo shoots. During these shoots you will have your photographs taken at some of our favorite spots around Provo.

The Kosmas family enjoyed their stay at the Royal West Indies Resort and, for their photo shoot, booked our “Beach Escape” package. They wanted to do something a little different to regular beach photos so we went to two of my favourite locations; Blue Hills with its beautiful and colorful “Caribbean” looking buildings and Taylor Bay with its shallow waters and stunning sunset views

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The Mills Family

These past few weeks I have been doing a few photo shoots with Canadian families. WestJet and Air Canada have directs flight from Toronto to Providenciales which makes it very easy for Canadians to take a break from the cold and snow and enjoy the beautiful beaches and warm weather in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

On January 2nd, I met with the Mills Family at The Grand View Condominiums where they were staying for a week. We started the shoot with some photos around the pool and gardens with their four daughters as well as some shots of the whole family together.

About half an hour before sunset we moved to Grace Bay Beach were we did some fun and more relaxed individual and family photos.

 

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