I am so pleased to welcome you to my new site! It was time for a revamp, and here we are!
One thing that was lost with the old site was the old blog. In the coming weeks and months, I will do my best to fill in the new blog so you can get a sense of a typical photography session. In the meantime, please look around and let me know if I can help in any way!
Oh, and these boys… you will see them here and there on this site, as well as on the blog occasionally. They are mine, and this was our holiday card photograph this year.
Oh, let me tell you, I know how hard it is to photograph your own children! This is the best photograph I got of them because all they wanted to do was goof off. Which is fine…. but that was not what I was going for on our holiday card. I find it much easier to photograph other people’s children.
This family booked me for what would be the peak leaf peeping weekend of fall 2018. (That’s early November, in case you want to reserve a spot for 2019.) We met in Beacon and walked through Dennings Point Park, which abuts the Hudson River. The light was incredible and all of the leaves were super yellow! We could not have asked for a more perfect day. Of course, the family members are also incredibly photogenic. I just love how their photographs turned out.
I photographed this family back in June, the morning after their son was born. What a pleasure to be there while they got to know their little guy! And – how amazing how quickly these little people change! I visited them just a few weeks later and he was a completely different baby, proof that having great newborn photographs is important.
Wow, this winter is never-ending!
My family and I escaped to the Yucatan last week, packing our bags by candlelight and heading to the airport after our power had been knocked out. It was a glorious break from the cold and snow, and the kids had a great time swimming and learning about Mexican culture!
What is your favorite family escape?
The fall portrait season is in full swing, and this family has me come every year to do their portraits. This year we hung out on their Brooklyn stoop, playing with different configurations, generally having a good time.