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Category Archives: IN MY LIFE

there’s no way to hide it – i’m a passionate gal. about what? you’ll see it all here.

Invest in your life! – Why top quality photography is beyond the price you pay.

I have just returned from a memorial service.  A memorial of one of my clients.  When I arrived, I presented a box filled with prints for this person’s spouse and family to have. I was informed that while they had the flash drive that contained their final images, they had yet to print even one.  […]

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The Collective 10

A few months ago my phone rang.  It was my friend, Jennifer Starr, asking me if I was interested in being a part of her new personal project.  She had the idea to create a blog that would showcase work from 10 different female photographers from around the country.  The concept seemed pretty simple.  We […]

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“It Doesn’t Get Better Than This” My Adventures With Alex Aiono

Every so often you meet someone that catches your eye, or in this case, ear.  My dear friend, Billy Mann, is a music/business genius and sees talent way before others do.  We have been friends since junior high school.  We went to Creative and Performing Arts High School in Philadelphia together.  Basically we have been […]

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The Broad Spectrum Project – Play Ball, my colaboration with Autism Speaks and The Red Sox

I thrilled to announce that The Broad Spectrum Project will  officially be collaborating with Autism Speaks in New England!  I will be photographing their large events providing documentary style portraits for anyone who will let me.  Families will be able to purchase the photos through a link provided by Autism Speaks.  The proceeds from the […]

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Boston Marathon Finish Line – “You are safe”

It’s been less than 24 hours since the Boston Marathon tragedy.  Even though I say to my clients “I’m a Philly girl trapped in a Boston world”, today I am feeling more like a Bostonian than usual.  I love my new city and while I long for the music, spirit and diversity of Philadelphia, I […]

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