Photo Session Giveaway Just In Time For The Holidays

The biggest & warmest happy Saturday to you! I have another fabulous giveaway to share with you today! The holidays are a time for giving so my photographer is giving away 5 FREE sessions!!! She is running a 30 days of Gratitude Campaign during the month of November, so for each day she is gifting a session to families on Long Island. And she is letting me giveaway 5 sessions!!!

Have you seen here work?

Here is Denver and his first photo session, haha! She is a genius, I kid you not. She has the most amazing eye and found this location while driving that morning. Wow, right?!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

This was a session we had at the beach a few years back…

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Long Island Photo GIveaway!!

And this was for our holiday card session from last year…

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!

Michele Kats Photo Session GIVEAWAY!!!I know, I shared a ton of pictures, but I wanted you to see how incredible she is. She really is a visual story teller who infuses real life with fine art. Her eye for styling these shoots blows my mind. I trust her 100% and when you are creative that is a hard thing to give up.

So here are the details….

This giveaway includes a 30 minute session for your family up to 5 people.

Can be a gift for someone else who lives on Long Island, so if you know someone ENTER:)!

All images are hand edited and presented in an online gallery.

Includes 1 downloadable image and 10% off the entire digital collection.

Must book your 2016/2017 session by January 15 but may be used through the summer of 2017.


The giveaway ends Wednesday November 16 at midnight. It’s a quick turn around to give people time to set up for holiday shoots.

To enter just leave a comment sharing a favorite holiday tradition, song or family memory. I love reading your comments!!!


You can visit Michele’s website HERE to see her entire portfolio.

Good Luck! And share this if you know someone on Long Island!

Have a beautiful Saturday!

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  1. I would love a family photo session! We have great spots on the North Fork for photos. Our favorite tradition is watching Christmas Vacation while decorating the tree ?

  2. Love her work and excited about this giveaway! My favorite holiday tradition is turning off the lights on Christmas Eve and laying beneath the Christmas tree with Christmas music playing in the background. It’s so peaceful and gives us a chance to remember to be grateful for family and friends. I did this as a child with my parents and now do it with my husband. Looking forward to doing it with our children 🙂

  3. Thank you Jen for sharing these gorgeous photos and hosting this giveaway. On Christmas morning after the presents are opened we gather around our table for a leisurely breakfast of pancakes and warm maple syrup. We I was a child we would go to a candlelight midnight mass

  4. Favorite memories are watching the thanksgiving day parade while smelling the turkey in the oven and sorting out the newspaper for flyers for our Black Friday shopping spree the next day. Now I plan to create memories the same way with my kids. This year both of my daughters will be making something to contribute to the meal. (They are ages 11 and 9)

  5. Every year in our house it is tradition to make “gingerbread boys”…my Italian grandmother was known as the gingerbread lady, as she was constantly baking gingerbread cookies all holiday season! She made her dough from scratch, used jiffy chocolate icing, red hot eyes, and jimmies (aka sprinkles) to decorate their bodies! There’s nothing that says love more to us than getting and eating a gingerbread boy!!
    Every season in my house we make gingerbread boys…. A bit of an updated version as some of what my grandmother used is not available anymore…. all the girls in my family have the essential gingerbread boy cookie cutter (there is only one !!), and I happen to have my grandmother’s ORIGINAL cutter in a shadow box hanging in my kitchen….. memories forever!!!!!

  6. Gorgeous photos!!! Our Christmas tradition is listening to Christmas music, lighting a fire and decorating our tree together!

  7. I love the pictures! They are beautiful! We love going to the city to see the Christmas show, decorating the tree, making gingerbread houses and baking loads of Christmas cookies!

  8. My favorite Christmas tradition is making cookies and going to mass on Christmas Eve as a family.

  9. You have a beautiful family! Our favorite tradition is to open gifts while eating homemade cinnamon rolls, hot chocolate and mimosas!

  10. My favorite Christmas memory is opening up gifts at my parents house as Nat King Cole’s “Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire” plays in the background.

  11. Thanks for the chance to win! We have many Christmas traditions starting on Tgiving when we pick a Secret Santa. All the kids get an Advent Candy Calendar to start the season. We always go to the tree lighting here in Southampton and Handel’s Messiah. Wishing you a wonderful holiday season with your beautiful family.

  12. Traditions. My favorite one growing up was going to midnight mass Christmas Eve and opening a present when we got home. I also used to ❤️Those lifesaver books. I got them in my stocking every year. Favorite traditions with my family now are picking out and decorating the tree together, making Santa ? and Christmas morning opening presents and eating our special breakfast. Also sprinkling food for the reindeer Christmas Eve.

  13. One of our favorite Christmas traditions is listening to Christmas music while decorating the tree & having hot chocolate. Love the holidays!

  14. The best Christmas memories we have together as a family are decorating the house while singing joyful Christmas carols, painting ornaments and drinking hot cocoa. Then we would settle down and watch a Halmark christmas movie as a family with the fire crackling and warming our chilled toes.

  15. Some of my favorite childhood Christmas memories are in the car dirivng up to my grandma’s house and looking out the window to find Santa and his reindeer flying in the air while listening to Christmas music over the radio. Upon arrival we would be greated by the most loving family I young girl could ask for. After the warm greetings, my brothers, cousins and I would be escorted into my uncle’s room to look out the window to watch waint for Santa’s arrival. My uncle would always hear the reindeer’s hoof steps on the rooftop and we would then return to the livingroom where stacks of presents would be piled high for each one of us. Great Memories!!!

  16. We love making gingerbread men cookies, while the smell of ginger throughout the house, my husband and son decorate the Xmas tree.

  17. The pictures are so beautiful. One of my favorite holiday traditions is going to a local historic restoration village, Bethpage Village, and walking their candlelight walking tour. The kiddies enjoy walking into the historic homes and getting warm by the bonfire. And then a low key dinner at a local diner after the tour.

  18. So many Christmas memories and blessings through my almost 73 years. Italian cooking with my family, decorating the house – especially the tree – and having a BIG family party every single year on Christmas Eve. But recently, my 9 year old grandson told me that one of the traditions he loves BEST is coming to our home on Christmas EVE to play street hockey during the day. All the men come very early in the morning with their sons – and they ALL play hockey in the street. My grandson’s dad is my older son who grew up here on our street. The street hockey games started when my son was a young boy and it has evolved into an event which now has a grandfather (my husband), fathers (our 2 sons) and our 2 grandsons – along with many friends of our children with all of their young sons – so we now have 3 generations of “MEN/BOYS” – of assorted ages – playing street hockey – which has become another family tradition on Christmas EVE – we start early in the morning serving breakfast outside – and we just keep celebrating all day into the late night with immediate & extended family – this also includes a buffet dinner and a family member wearing a Santa Suit handing out presents to everybody – such fun from morning to night!

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