Christine Plamann is a Milwaukee photographer whose approach to maternity , newborn and family photography (and seniors, too!) is fresh, fun and full of life (just like you). Studio sessions are held in her Milwaukee studio and on-location sessions are held at your home or favorite location throughout the Milwaukee metro area and Chicago metro area.
There are sessions available for every family and every budget, from everyone’s favorite complimentary Portrait Day in the downtown Milwaukee studio to the full-service Signature Session (perfect for your newborn!), which takes places wherever life happens. No matter which family photo session type you choose, you will love every minute of your experience.
Chris also teaches the ever popular Coffee + Cameras photography class, held every month or two at her studio located just south of downtown Milwaukee. It's an excellent hands-on photography workshop for any shutterbug! One-on-one mentoring is also available for a more tailored experience.
"My family has worked with Chris for multiple family sessions, headshots, and senior portraits. She makes my teen and tween feel comfortable in their skin. The sessions are painless and feel natural. I have always received my files promptly. Her photos show our family at our best. I adore the way she captures genuine expressions and true smiles. I treasure these photos!" - Rachel A.
"Chris is hands-down my favorite photographer! We have done both portrait day and simplicity sessions. Chris is super easy to work with and is especially wonderful with the kids. She has lots of patience with shy (and sometimes sassy!) little ones and manages to capture some smiles with no pressure. The images are excellent quality and absolutley gorgeous. Definitely worth the investment." - Renee T.
"When she’s taken our family picture, each time I’ve felt sure that my ornery, shy, and/or goofy kids have made this year a dud and every year she works her magic and we have the most beautiful portrait. She is just excellent at what she does. Cannot recommend highly enough." - Margaret C.