Madison + Ryan | Peoria IL Engagement Photographer

I loved Madison + Ryan's engagement session! They brought their son, Jonas, along and he took a little while to warm up to the camera - like most children do - but by the end of the Session he was having a blast! I can't wait to photograph their wedding this Summer; I'm sure it is going to be beautiful.

hugo ok engagement photographer
hugo ok family photographer

Megan Schreurs is a Hugo OK Engagement Photographer, specializing in capturing authentic memories. She also photographs families, seniors, and everything else in the Southeastern Oklahoma area.

Hugo OK Family Photographer | VanDerBijl Family

"You don't choose your family. They are God's gift to you, as you are to them." - Desmond Tutu

While I love to capture families in authentic moments, I also understand the value of a traditionally posed Family Portrait - the one you'll hang on your wall, put on your Christmas card, and send to Grandma & Grandpa.  And I love that too.

Hugo OK Family Photographer

So whether you decide to have me capture your family at home in a Documentary-style Session, like the Hellyer Family, or in a more traditionally posed Session, I'm happy to do either.  It's your life and they are your photos, so you get to choose.

For the VanDerBijl Family's session, we started out with some more traditionally posed photos.  Then, about halfway through our session we let the kids run around and play and I captured that too - the best of both worlds!  We can most definitely capture both posed and un-posed portraits in one session!

Without further ado, enjoy some favorites from this Family Session.

Hugo OK Family Photographer Hugo Family Photographer Hugo Photographer Family Photographer Hugo OK Family Photographer Hugo OK Family Photographer Hugo OK Child Photography Hugo OK Family Photography Hugo OK Photography Hugo OK Photography

Contact me to book your own session with Megan Schreurs Photography!

Megan Schreurs is a Hugo OK Family Photographer.  She specializes in authentic documentary and lifestyle family, senior, and couple photography.  Also serving Antlers, Soper, Fort Towson, Sawyer, and Paris, Texas.  Follow Megan Schreurs Photography on Facebook!

Josh & Michelle's Mini Session | Hugo OK Family & Couple Photography

Josh & Michelle hadn't had any professional photos taken since their wedding a few years ago and a lot changes in those first years of marriage, so they decided to have a Mini Session to update some picture frames. Hugo OK Photographer Family Couple

Did you know Megan Schreurs Photography offers Mini Sessions any time you want them?

Because I understand that sometimes you don't need a Full Session with 30+ images - sometimes you only need a few good shots!  Mini Sessions are just 30 minutes long and include 5 Digital Files with a Print Release so you can print whatever you want when you need to - all for $75.

Check out my pricing page for complete details on Megan Schreurs Photography (super simple) pricing.

Hugo OK Photographer Couple Family

Hugo OK Photographer Couple Family

Hugo OK Photographer Couple Family

Hugo OK Photographer Couple Family




Megan Schreurs is a fine art & portrait photographer in Hugo, Oklahoma and the surrounding area specializing in authentic documentary and lifestyle family, senior, and couple photography.  Also serving Antlers, Soper, Fort Towson, Sawyer, and Paris, TX.

Exciting Announcements & Giveaway! | Hugo OK Family, Senior, and Couple Photography

Hey, Oklahoma!  

I am thrilled to announce that Megan Schreurs Photography is now taking clients!  This means that you can book your session right now!!!

And it's the perfect time for a family session - your kids are growing up right before your eyes and starting a new school year, why not document that?  Plus, Christmas cards are just around the corner and you need a new photo for that!

Right now is the season for Senior Photos too - your last year of high school, it's time to celebrate all that you have become!

Megan Schreurs photography price Hugo OK photographerMy prices are the lowest they are ever going to be, and they'll only going to be this low for a limited amount of time, so take advantage of that!  Contact me to book your session today!

Hugo OK photographer

To celebrate, I'm giving away a Full Session!  To enter, use the box below to like my facebook page and share this giveaway with everyone you know.  :)

* Free session only eligible for Family, Couple, Senior, and Child Sessions


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Megan Schreurs is a Hugo OK Photographer in Hugo and the surrounding area specializing in authentic documentary and lifestyle family, senior, and couple photography.  Also serving Antlers, Soper, Fort Towson, Sawyer, and Paris, TX.

The Hellyer Family : A Documentary Session | Hugo OK Family Photographer

"A house is made of walls and beams; a home is built with love and dreams." - Dr. William A Ward

I was so blessed to get to spend a Saturday afternoon recently with the Hellyer family - Jeremy, Rebecca, and their son Grayson.  Rebecca is a talented photographer herself and she wanted to get in some photos since she's always the one taking the photos and rarely actually on the other side of the camera.

We didn't do anything special or fancy for these photos - they are simply wearing their normal clothes and doing normal things at their own home.  But the result is authentic moments and emotions that reflect the Hellyer's beautiful life.

If you're thinking of doing a photo session soon, I really encourage you to let a photographer come to your home and capture the real you.  I truly believe that these images will mean so much more to you in 20 years than a posed session will.

Here's what Rebecca had to say about it: "It was awesome. So relaxing and wonderful. It was so nice to just play with our monkey and just forget about the camera. With Megan at our home it was just….nice. Relaxing, and casual, and so real. I loved it."

























Megan Schreurs is a photographer in Hugo, Oklahoma and the surrounding area specializing in authentic documentary and lifestyle family, senior, and couple photography.  Also serving Antlers, Soper, Fort Towson, Sawyer, and Paris, TX.


I apologize right now for how long this is going to be.  It's been a really busy month, and I have a lot to say!  Thanks for sticking with this!
I went home for two amazing weeks.  Home is a complicated word for me.  I've lived in a lot of places and it can be very confusing.  What is "home"?  I've come to realize that for me, it's where my family - my mom & dad, my sister & brother - are.  The traditional sense of "home" ended for me when my parents moved across the country the week after I graduated from high school.  From that point on, my home because very confusing.  Is home where you went to school, where your friends are, the place that is familiar, where you grew up, where you were born? 
Anyways, my parents and sister currently live in Southeastern Oklahoma.  I lived there for two years before moving to Chicago, so it's sort of home, but I still don't know a whole lot of people there, and don't have many friends there, so it isn't really.
So yeah, when I say I went home, it's a bit different than a lot of people.
But my sister got married, so I spent two weeks in Southeastern Oklahoma, helping with the wedding and spending time with my family.
One of the many things I've realized about myself this year is just how important my family is to me.  I think it's because we moved so much when I was a kid; nothing in my life was consistent except the five of us.
 (my mom has always been one of my very best friends)
And so it was really, really important for me to be there to help with Becca's wedding.  Thankfully, Little Brothers and Krista have both been very generous and understanding with time off, so that wasn't a problem.
I'm not going to go into it too much right now, because this is already going to be way too long, but the week before I left Chicago was the hardest one of my year by far.  It was bad.  And so I was so ready for a some time with loved ones and a break in routine.
This is one of those occasions that meant a lot to me, that people don't quite understand just how much.
I spent the first week helping with a lot of projects for the wedding, which was why I was there anyways.  I worked really hard doing things like going shopping for last minute supplies, cleaning, various DIY projects, making trips from the church to my parents' house to my sister's house to the reception site, etc. 
 (the roses were in full bloom.  so so gorgeous.)
 (my biggest DIY project, I made a sandwich-board-style sign for the wedding out of an old pallet)
 (I enjoyed the wide open spaces and warm tempertures in Oklahoma - almost 90 degrees on some days!  And the kitties, of course)
(Oklahoma had leaves long before Chicago did.)
Then the extended family started to arrive.  My grandpa, Aunt Julie, and cousin Maya arrived from Whidbey Island, Washington on Wednesday night.  Aunt Libby (also from Washington), Aunt Ann & my cousin Maggie (from Wisconsin), and my cousin Kaitlyn and her boyfriend Tyler arrived on Friday.  My Aunt Amy (from Denver) came on Saturday with my cousin Ethan, as well as some good family friends from when we lived in Central Illinois, the Harts.  We were all so overwhelmed with love and with how far people traveled to be there to celebrate Josh & Becca's marriage.  It made for a very busy, but fun-filled weekend.
The wedding was a very DIY affair.  Everyone worked so hard to decorate with things borrowed from friends, from the church, from the school where my mom works, etc.  We cooked the food ourselves with the help of a friend who caters.  I did the photos, with the help of a family friend & her boyfriend. 
Yes, you read that right.  I was a bridesmaid & the photographer at my sister's wedding.  It was really chaotic and not an easy task and required more multi-tasking than I thought was possible, but hiring a professional proved impossible because Hugo is so far in the middle of nowhere plus their engagement was just so short that the few photographers were already booked.  So I told her I would figure out a way to do it and spent a lot of time figuring out just how in the world I could do this!  I am so thankful that Tori & David were able to help me out for the parts that were just impossible for me to do by myself - for times when I just couldn't be in two places at once, like during the ceremony and for group shots that I was in.
The ceremony was at the church where my dad is the pastor, and he officiated.  My grandpa (who is also a pastor) led the beginning of the service so that my dad could walk Becca down the aisle.
The wedding party consisted of my cousin and I as bridesmaids and Josh's two brothers were groomsmen.  The flower girl, Emma, was the daughter of one of Becca's friends.
It was simple and beautiful.
The reception was at a house at Hugo Lake, a state park just outside of town.  We were very blessed to be able to use that space and it ended up perfect.  The weather was gorgeous so most people sat out on the deck, which overlooked the lake, and the bugs weren't even that bad! 
There were also a lot of special touches on the day.  My sister wore my mom's veil, which my mom bought while she was serving a "Summer of Service" in Belgium the summer before my parent's wedding.  Becca also wore my grandma's wedding ring on her right hand, which was really special since this was the first of her grandchildren's weddings she wasn't at.  By aunt also brought my grandma's actual garter.  We used the china from our church that they used to use for church dinners back in the day.  The roses in the centerpieces came from our neighbor's rose bushes.  Some of the decorations came from a friend of my sister's wedding last year.
And then week two consisted of cleaning up (because it turns out when you spend a week setting things up, it also takes a lot to tear it all down!), spending some time in my mom's third grade class, taking people back to the airport (a three hour trek), and editing wedding photos.
The entire two weeks was jam-packed with busy-ness.  But it was soooooooo good to be back with my family.  I have missed them more than anything while in Chicago.
To be honest, it was really hard to come back.  Really hard.  Thankfully the beautiful weather has helped, but I would appreciate prayers as I try to finish strong - it's hard to believe that my year in Chicago is almost over but with only a few months left, it really is coming to an end, which is pretty bittersweet.
(And oh man, as I was looking through photos to add to this post, I realized just how many other thing I have to blog about.  So look for more posts soon - and bother me if I don't post them - cuz I'm just going to fall further behind!)