Monthly Archives: June 2010

To be a teenager

Sometimes, when I photograph high school kids I have those uncomfortable reminiscences of my time in high school…those feelings that maybe the outfit I chose is dorky, my hair flat, that little zit a beaming beacon of humiliation. Photographing them as an adult often brings it all back. In fact, my outfit was dorky and […]

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Who they are

I think about my clients and my photos a lot….like a lot a lot.  But recently I’ve had some stunning examples of the value and specificity of what I do.  There’s a wall of baby photos in their gorgeous home…formal, beautiful shots.  And a wall I heard was for my shots…as mom put it “photos […]

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You just need one

5 o’clock can often be the witching hour for small children…but sometimes things get very still and a little bit of magic creeps in…

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A wonderful surprise

Owen has a mind of his own. He is a different kind of kid that doesn’t respond to things the way that other kids do.  It’s a total challenge for me since I am obsessed with making kids smile.  I have to sit back and wait to see what will light up his face. Usually […]

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A day at the beach

I got to spend the afternoon with Ari’s class at Golden Gardens last week. I had never been to the park before and it was amazing.   They were there to celebrate the end of school and chose a day with an especially low tide so that there would be good beach combing and room to […]

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Springtime

There is something so natural in newborns and springtime.  Everything is all fresh and possible and new.  You really can’t help yourself from smiling at them…and it doesn’t hurt that they smell good too.

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