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This project originated from a new year’s resolution: to read more, cook more, and look for more beauty in the everyday to shoot.  As I was reading a novel that took place in Africa, with gorgeous and vivid descriptions of the local food, I thought I’d cook one of those dishes and photograph it with […]

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My second time photographing this beautiful, sweet, up-for-anything family!  What a special morning in Brooklyn with these four.  It’s such an honor to capture newborn bliss, and even more so when I’m asked to come back when a second baby is born.  Always a lot of laughs with this group, who clearly adore each other.  […]

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I’ll admit it: I love amusement parks. I grew up going to Rye Playland, home of the 87-year-old Dragon Coaster, and I guess listening to the recurring clackety-clack of the ride’s ascent, and terrified screams on its way down, left their mark.  Give me some cotton candy and a Whack-a-Mole game, and I’m a happy […]

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Outdoor sessions are lovely, no doubt. But there’s something special about capturing families in their own element that speaks to my heart. This morning session featured giggles, hugs, books and love in abundance. (Side note: I’m convinced baby thighs make the world a better place, and there was plenty of that too.) Thank you so […]

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If there’s one thing I get, it’s boy energy!  There’s a kind of kinetic, combustible boy-ness that brothers bring to a photo session that is totally unpredictable and so, so SO much fun.  Wrestling is usually involved.  So is uncontrollable laughter.  And almost always, hugs with Dad at the end when everyone is tired.  I […]

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Can we all just agree we’re out of superlatives for Hamilton? They’re all well deserved, by the way.  Every. Single. One.  Inadequate, even.  Don’t judge me because I saw Hamilton twice last year, and will go back later this year (also twice).  There are at least a million reasons for this, but two big – actually, […]

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