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My name is Cristina and i'm your Houston Heights Studio Photographer
 
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Hello everyone! My name is Cristina Seal and I am your studio photographer, centrally located in the Sawyer Yards Arts District community in Houston, TX. I grew up way down south, in McAllen, TX, and have been in Houston since 2016. I enjoy all types of photography, but specialize in newborns, milestones & first birthdays and sweet littles.

That first year of life is just something that truly has my heart and I love working in my little space.
 
I'm a mom to two crazy girls that you'll see a lot of. They fill my world with daily deep belly laughs, sister drama and non-stop activity. I've got a fantastic hubby and i'm also a dog mom to our pandemic pup, June Bug. During the crazy year that was 2020, aside from all the unknowns, chaos ,and lockdowns we all went through, I was hit with a breast cancer diagnosis and my sub-type was not a nice one. It took up most of my energy for a good year and a half but I came out on the other side of it all with a clean bill of health and two new gals. I'm here for all the life-loving moments that get thrown my way and i'm so glad to continue to do what brings me the most joy: creating lasting memories for families. 
 
Beyond being a photographer, I see myself as a storyteller of sorts. Anyone can take a picture of what your child looks like, but I revel in the moments of capturing who your child truly is. My sessions include a variety of posed and unposed shots and I always try to make room for self-expression. I also like to leave some decision making up to your littles, whether it be with a couple of poses, silly faces or even a prop or two.
 
It's easy to stress over so many parts of life, but there are always those fun, photo-worthy moments to cherish that will forever stand still once photographed. Families go through seasons and capturing these along the way is something I find to be so important. I aim for clients that embrace their seasons and want to freeze moments in time to look back on and share.


"Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still." - Dorothea Lange

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