Monthly Archives: May 2011

Sweet sweet boy

Ari and I have been having the best Thursdays together. He’s so sweet and also a little tough now. Really into sports. We collect pine-cones, find a big stick and play pine cone-stick-ball. He pitches and if I get a hit I have to run around make believe bases in a crazy way and then […]

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Funny fun fun

Oh my gawd Julie and Miranda’s photo-booth was fun. Like seriously, happy-dance, crazy, a bit drunk, all-in, do whatever you want, sweet, ridiculous fun.

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Little things

Golden light after a beautiful day. Finally sunny after an achingly cold spring. A family I have photographed for over 8 years. Using a fixed lens to stretch my brain. Smiling even when declaring that she doesn’t. Feeling like a relic when discussing with dad a comb in the back pocket for “feathering”. Not caring but […]

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Little lessons

A happy reminder from this weekend to let go of the shot I’m after and love the moments that happen in between…

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A ballerina birthday

Every year, instead of formal portraits, I get to photograph Clara’s birthday. It’s such a sweet memento of a specific moment that will pass…pink headbands, princesses everything, twirling dresses and hugging each friend hello. It’s hard to not smile while I’m working because it’s getting to witness being little and being loved and being joyful.

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Behind the scenes

Little behind the scenes action from Clara’s birthday party courtesy of one of my clients. If only there was sound you could hear my charming cajoling, “oh no you did not say cheese…what, you said cheese again…i can’t believe you just said that….oh man, you better not say that…what you said cheese again…” in an endless loop […]

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Giving thanks

It was a long winter. Followed by a cold, wet, hunker down, try to keep your chin up kind of spring. So it’s with a deep sigh of gratitude that I welcome the past sunny days, short sleeves and an especially sparkly little guy. Him holding my hand as we walked around was just icing on the cake. 

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