Photographer Meg Loeks lives in a remote part of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula with her husband, four young children and several animals. She shares moments of her life on her personal Instagram account and showcases adorable captures of her family, especially the kids. Her photography journey started with film and developing her own prints, when she was young. Her focus is portrait and lifestyle photography as she is drawn to low light and color. She strongly believes in the saying; “Love grows best in little houses with fewer walls to separate. Where you eat and sleep so close together you can’t help but communicate. If we had more room between us, think of all we would miss. Love grows best in houses just like this.” Maybe that’s the inspiration behind her adorable photos as they reflect the pure love between them. Meg is also a mentor and instructor at Clickin Moms, a Sigma Pro and Profoto Legend of Light. She is also a volunteer photographer for The Gold Hope Project, a nonprofit organization which gifts families battling pediatric cancer a free photo session. In her online courses, she shows you how to edit your images, from color manipulation to composites to editing difficult lighting situations, to enhance your own distinctive voice. She also presents the exact post-processing techniques you can use to strengthen depth, color, and storytelling within your frame. Each month, she contributes to a different hashtag with a lovely photo taken and editted by her which is also enjoyable to follow on her account. “Every January I like to assess my work from the past year. I had set goals to continue my Norman Rockwell project, capture all 4 of my children in the frame each month, and continue to get in the frame. One of the things I felt I needed to work on was shooting in every single space in my house. Since my work centers around the home and photographing my children, it was important for me to harness light in each space. While I accomplished that goal, this year I hope to not only continue with that but push myself to capture new perspectives in each room of my home. Why is this important? It’s important for growth and to help keep me inspired. What are your goals this year?” she captions one of her photos with these words explaining her goals for this year. We have very little words to describe our delight at these photos, so you’d better see them for yourself and share your own feelings with us.