Tag Archives: spontaneity

Be Present

As parents, day in and day out we are asked to divide our time. Responsibilities of “adulting” are demanding, and we try our best to multi-task our jobs, family and social life (I’m still trying with this one to be honest!). To me, having a photography session is more than just about the images that […]

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Be Contagious!

There are times when you’ll meet people and their feelings and attitude are contagious. Simply being next to them can have an effect on you (for better or for worse!) so I truly believe in surrounding yourself with people with a positive outlook on life because no one should make time for toxic thoughts.  I […]

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Perfectly Imperfect

If you were to ask me what a perfect family portrait would be, this would be it, because it’s real. It’s what parenting and family dynamic is in reality: perfectly imperfect. Perfectly imperfect looks different for everyone, it’s something to be embraced, celebrated, and above all, loved because it is uniquely yours. Thank you to […]

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It’s About The Journey, Not The Destination

Still playing catch up on blogging my sessions, but I will never forget this session. B. wasn’t really feeling sitting for photos, but I have to say, this was one of my favorite sessions. He fought me tooth and nail for a smile, and I loved every minute of it. He certainly made me work […]

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Unexpected Traditions

I’m finally getting around to blogging my sessions from Fall and I’m always excited to share my friend Jen Rozenbaum’s family session! It’s become an unexpected tradition where we photograph the family on the steps of her front door, and what gets me every year is that despite having the same location and backdrop, the […]

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