Samantha Hines | | Denver, CO | 405-612-3638

Since I'll be asking that you be honest & vulnerable for my camera, I decided I ought to return the favor. So below you'll find five of the most important Sam facts, warts & all:



1. If there is music, I will dance.

I'll dance like a fool and not care at all. This is extra useful when I photograph weddings and events - I blend in on the dance floor as I shake my way through the crowd, dancing like the rent is due and SNAP! grabbing candid shots from unsuspecting dancers.


2. I will make best friends with your kids.

Time after time my clients tell me that, after I leave their session, their kid(s) ask when they get to hang out with me again. In fact, my favorite review ever comes from 7-year-old Donovan who, when I asked him what his favorite part of their day in the life session had been, replied: “Being with you.” My heart exploded into infinitesimal bits.



3. I am mother to the coolest kid on the planet.

My son Jury is on the autism spectrum and is super rad, super smart, and hella funny. It is through him that I discovered just how perfect documentary photography is for kids on the spectrum – he doesn’t have to smile or pose or wear itchy clothing. He just has to be him.



4. I cry. A LOT.

I cry at commercials. I’ll cry at your wedding. I even cried at the ending of Bring It On (no, really). I’m just absurdly empathetic which, luckily for me, comes in quite handy in my line of work. And seriously (SPOILER ALERT!), the Clovers really did deserve that win.




5. I drink Bud Light.

There. I said it. Please still hire me.

Ready to meet me?! If you would like to book a session – whether in the Denver metro area or as a traveling session – or would like more information about pricing, products, or documentary family photography in general, please fill out the contact form below, text, send an email, or give me a good old-fashioned phone call! I'd be happy to set up a time & place to meet with you in person!

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Photo of 7-year-old Sam before I learned how to tame that mane, taken by unknown {probably my mom}.

Photo of 7-year-old Sam before I learned how to tame that mane, taken by unknown {probably my mom}.