"Family First." That was a term my mother always used when me and my siblings were growing up. To sum it up it meant this, never make your friends more important than your family. In grade school that meant don't be nicer to your friends than your siblings. In high school that meant drive them to school or football practice before you leave for your so-called social life. And now the mantra is etched into all of us. There is family, and then everyone else.
Below are portraits of one of my brothers, Malcolm, who now lives in San Diego, my sister Suzanne, who just had her first child, and my wife, Nina.
Images shot on a Canon 6d