Yearly Archives: 2015

This is it

Sometimes, and not necessarily when I expect it, I have a sitting that is completely and totally in sync with me and my style. It’s not often an easy conversation with myself when I think of my style, especially when the world is awash in images and seeing other photographers work is just a click […]

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then and now

I’ve blogged often about my annual shoot with these families. It’s become a tradition 10 years strong. It started like this….one of the mom’s at a local preschool approached me and asked if I’d like to do a photo day as an alternative to boring school portraits. Being young and energetic and in the beginnings […]

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sunday morning

Being 2 on a Sunday morning at the beach with a family that is very much in the moment. It was everything you would expect and then a little more. In the best possible ways.

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a day of gifts

These are people whose paths I know, have known for over 20 years now. We’ve known each other since the time I was just a kid in college with an old manual camera taking photos of my friends. Later, when things got serious I photographed their wedding. A few years ago I visited and we […]

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seamlessly together

I have so many clients I’ve been with for ages….each year is like coming together with friends. We laugh, catch up, chat, share. And because we’ve been together before there is a trust on both our parts…a believing in what we are sharing, what we are creating, what we are experiencing together. I don’t approach […]

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True

Remember that one day that it rained this summer? Not a pitter pat but big buckets of thunder and water coming down? That was the day I had to spend with True and his family in from out of town. So we headed to that one spot where you can take photos inside…a spot clean […]

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still grateful

spending a day with an old friend and her family on their boat on a magical island might look a little something like this (and still feel something like this)

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