Tag Archives: for parents

Meaningful Ties

One thing I always ask my clients when we’re discussing possible locations for the photo session is if there is a particular location that holds special meaning to them. While it doesn’t have to be specific, choosing a location that represents you as a family will make the images that much more personal. I find […]

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Why You Should Wear Your Favorite Perfume for a Hot Date with Your Laundry Basket

When I was little, I remember vividly my Grandmother’s dresser holding her various beauty items, one being her favorite bottle of perfume, Beautiful by Estee Lauder. I was fascinated by beauty products, and one day asked her about her perfume. “I love this perfume. I wear it on special occasions.” My Grandmother told me. “Why […]

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Learn your Camera for a Good Cause

As many of you know, I’m an active supporter and fundraiser for Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS). I learned of this rare genetic disorder when my client, Ella, was diagnosed at just a few weeks old. Ella is almost two years old now, growing stronger and more independent everyday as we continue to fight to find a […]

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Time to FOCUS

I show parents how to love their child’s independence by celebrating individuality, spontaneity and fearless imagination. I just happen to use a camera to do it. Cameras can be intimidating little (or big) things. Heavy with all these buttons and dials, it’s no wonder as parents we want to capture every moment in our kid’s […]

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