Move over, Johnson family from blackish–nestled in a quaint, upscale suburb of New Jersey are the Foxes, a family so beautifully traditional and picture-perfect that they are almost too good to be true.
We had the pleasure of meeting Tatia Adams Fox, entrepreneur, corporate executive and leadership and career coach. When our team arrived for the shoot, we were greeted at the door by her husband Mic Fox and their youngest daughter, Sumari, now 8, who played an impromptu game of hide and seek in the foyer. Soon after, Tatia (pronounced “Tasha”), seemingly floated into the living room with hair tousled and freshly washed face, beaming smile from east to west, and sincerity to match. We liked her immediately.
In all of her glory, Tatia seemed so remarkably normal and down-to-earth that we felt like we were in a movie. Right behind Tatia was her eldest daughter, Thailer, a seemingly quiet and very elegant child. In comparison to the playful ‘miss hide and seek’ Sumari, Thailer had a sort of a regal quality that would make you seek her out instead. She may not be one for attention, but one is compelled to take notice.