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Specializing in handling the tumultuous times life can sometimes hand us, Jen is a life coach, an excellent listener, and…
The NY Times just published a fabulous article by Diksha Basu that is perfect for today’s blogpost – not only is it about the “rebranding” of Motherhood, but I think it’s also about taking back what Motherhood is and should be! I highly recommend the read. Speaking of mothers, I absolutely adored this portrait […]
Now that we’ve addressed the Who, Why, and Where, we’re going to talk about the HOW. Let’s break it down…
One of my favorite things is getting to photograph families not once, but multiple times, as they grow and evolve into legacies….
These have been a long time coming. N & G were some of the first visitors of the downtown Georgetown studio location when I first opened it, and we created some of my favorite motherhood and mommy/daughter images. It’s hard to believe that G is already over 4 years old now, she seems so tiny […]
Combined with her sharp wardrobe and our precise styling, I feel we were able to capture a really next-level, high-fashion feel to these images. Pattie trusted me from the beginning, and you can really see her personality blossom in these gorgeous portraits.
I wanted to bring out that aspect of her personality, but still show her tough side – the side that every mother or mother-to-be finds that she has: the inner goddess in all of us mothers that sheds our naive skin and comes forth post partum – braver, stronger, finally matured.
This spring marks 10 years (ten?! really?!) since I first met Lizzie, Buffalo-native, dreamer, romantic who never stops inspiring me to seek beauty, be true, and love fiercely.
You will know tiredness like you never knew it before,
And days will run into days that are exactly the same,
Full of feeding and burping,
Whining and fighting,
Naps, or lack of naps. It might seem like a never-ending cycle.
Erin was about 3 months pregnant in these photos, which was not the original “plan”, and let me know ahead of time that she was expecting. These photos are a great example of how, through simple posing and styling, you can either maximize or hide any curves or pregnancy.