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Category Archives: KIDDOS AND FAMILIES

“How Do You Measure a Year?” – My 2013 Year in Review

I can’t believe that after being a photographer for over 15 years now, I have NEVER EVER done a “Best of” or a “Year in Review”. Maybe it’s because picking the images and narrowing it down is an utter NIGHTMARE! Why? Because I love each and every job I have done. So over the course […]

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Sarah, Ed, Maddy and Henry – Family Session at Wright Locke Farm

Sarah and Ed found me by chance about 4 years ago. They keep coming back to have their yearly family pictures taken and I couldn’t be happier. When I first photographed this beautiful family, Henry wasn’t even walking! I think the best part about returned families is watching the family change. Seeing the kids grow […]

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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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The Broad Spectrum Project – Andrew “The boy with the bears”

I have been photographing Andrew for a couple of years now.  Today I found out that he is learning to shave!  We met up at a farm down the street from his school.  I love that his mom let’s me schedule his shoots early and that she pulls him from school for that.  The typical […]

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Why it Matters Most – The Marriage of Becky and Julie at Henrietta’s Table

Today is an important day for millions of same sex couples and their families around the United States.  The Supreme Court will “hear a challenge to the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which bars married gay couples from receiving federal marriage benefits. The federal law defines marriage as a union between one man and one […]

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