Some days it’s not so easy being the Big Brother. Sweet boy… If you like this post, you may also like:Picture of the Day: Marietta 1-year Old PortraitPicture of the Day: One Year Old!Picture of the Day: 2 Year Old PortraitFall Portrait Time!
Category Archives: Children’s Portrait
This has been an especially difficult week as I lost someone very close to me unexpectedly on Sunday. After a very difficult year for me personally, this has been both more difficult and also reminded me of perspective. I often post about the importance of stopping, taking time with our families away from all […]
I am so excited to announce that we will be photographing fall mini-sessions and even more excited to see your beautiful families. Each 20-minute session includes an online image gallery and 5 digital files for $395. Files are printable up to 5×7, perfect for DIY holiday cards and tabletop frames. Custom-designed cards and larger prints – including canvas, metal, and more – available for […]
Now booking fall portraits. Babies, kids, families, couples, grandparents, aunt, cousins, in-laws… your whole family captured during a fun, relaxed and playful portrait session. Family portraits shouldn’t be stressful or pull you out of your comfort zone. They should simply capture you – just the way you are. Book my session now Contact us for […]
Sometimes when you’re in the thick of day-to-day activities, grocery shopping, cleaning up messes, laundry and work, it’s hard to see the richness of the little moments. One of the many reasons I love photographing kids and baby portraits at home is this – being at home allows me to capture life, not the life you […]
A baby’s first year is magic. They grow so much, often doubling their height. They learn to communicate, from grunts and cries to telling you that all they want to eat is apple sauce. They smile at you, ah, they smile and all the exhaustion you’ve endured fades away. And the laughter, it’s enough […]
Last weekend, I was in Baltimore visiting my parents and got the chance to hang out with my “old” friend, Emily, and her daughter Harper. Emily and I went to elementary (Mt. Washington) and middle school (Fallstaff) together. We were close friends for years but as distance tends to do, when we went to […]
In the midst all of this terrible news from Paris and elsewhere, I am trying to remain focused on what is really important: the good people and moments that give me comfort and happiness so that I can go to sleep at night knowing that there is still hope in the world.