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This gorgeous little guy came to the studio for his upsherin portraits today and brought along his little sister who just learned to walk! It took them a bit of time to warm up – which worked out perfectly to get these magnificent serious formal portraits.  By the time their clothes were changed, they were all smiles.


I admit it. I have some favorites. I think all photographers do.  This family is right up there on my favorite list.  On top of all the gorgeousness that you can see for yourself right here, they just have the most fun and vibrant personalities all around.  From the father (why not propose to his wife of, um, several years?) down to the little guys, everybody in this family lives life to the fullest.


I had a chance to escape to Boston last week to visit my lovely friend Iliana and I grabbed it.  No way I could miss out on photographing her absolutely gorgeous kids!  (I had a hard time not sneaking little Jacob into my suitcase and bringing him home with me.)

This gorgeous little doll baby has enough personality for at least three babies.  Constantly moving and constantly charming, it was so much fun to see how much she’d grown since her last session here in the studio.


This gorgeous little boy – and his adorable baby sister – are my cousin’s grandkids. No, not his kids. His grandkids. I’m so old.  But what can I say – I have gorgeous relatives!


I fell in love with little Marie at the beach and she (and her Papa) graciously let me take a few photos.  See, that high school French did come to good use!

This lucky baby girl was the winner of our first Instagram giveaway! (Wait, maybe it was her mother who was the winner….)  And she couldn’t have been more fun to photograph.  Adorable grins, chubby thighs and a playful personality.  Love it!

It’s been way too long since my last blog post. Time to play catch-up!

This little guy was in the studio a little while ago for his pre-upsherin portraits.  He may not have a lot to cut off, but it’s still important to capture this moment in time before he becomes a “big boy”.  He also brought along his little sister for a few portraits of her own.

I’m pretty sure this family is in my top three best coordinated families.  None of them were matching, but the whole collection works perfectly together.  Future clients – take notes!!