Mini sessions are the perfect way to get an updated family picture, especially if you will be sending out holiday cards! These sessions are extremely popular and even had a waitlist last year. To see the dates & details and to sign up, go here:
The day before this newborn session we were unsure if it was going to happen. We were in the middle of a Nor'Easter and power was out all over our town. Luckily, we both kept power and didn't have to postpone. This family was one of the sweetest, most loving families. A real family, full of tears and stress, laughs and hugs. In our short session, all of those emotions were evident. Mostly from the two year old who was not happy when I walked in! But by the end, she was hamming it up for the camera and loved playing with me.Read More
Mini sessions are just that- mini. They are only 15 minutes in length, but they're the perfect way to get a few updated pictures of your family each year. We went to Wellesley College and a Christmas Tree Farm. Here is just a sampling of this year's families.Read More
The holidays are such a wonderful time of year, but they can also be busy. At the end of the month you forget all that you did. So this year, make sure you slow down to enjoy the little moments. Here are six pictures you won't want to forget:Read More
I love checking the mail in December because almost every day we get a holiday card in the mail. I love receiving them, and we even display them all on the wall (my favorite way is to nail a thin metal wire across a wall and hang the cards with tiny clothespins, although depending on the amount of cards you get you may need a few rows). For the last six years we have sent Christmas cards to family and friends, and every single year we have used Minted. I always recommend Minted, and here are a few reasons why:Read More
Mini sessions are here, and this year they will be held at a local Christmas Tree Farm on Saturday, November 4th, 3-5pm. Each portrait session is $150 for 20 minutes and 7-10 images as high res digital files.
Update: All spots are taken