Before I became a photographer, I had this notion that I wanted to be a nurse. I have an old drawing I did when I was a little girl that says, “I want to be a nurse when I grew up so I can help people.” And after I became a mom, I thought quite seriously about pursuing a career as a labor & delivery or a postpartum nurse. Like many others, my experiences with the nurses before, during, and after the delivery of my three children were, quite simply, amazing. These women play such an important role at a most vulnerable time in our lives. It feels like our birth stories aren’t complete without the mention of the wonderful nurses at our side throughout. For as long as I can remember, I have longed to have a career that was (more…)
It was hot and sunny the day I went to photograph this sweet family of three. I was there to document their baby boy turning one, and as I arrived I could see remnants from his birthday party the day before adorning the back deck.
The last time I saw Lila, she was two months old…just a tiny baby in her proud parents’ arms. Her Mom & Dad had just become parents for the first time, and they were so head over heels in love with their new baby girl. I was so excited to see them all again because I love to see how much my clients grow and change. Lila is such (more…)
Don’t you love the word serendipity? It’s fun to say, but it’s also so fun when something happens you can say, “oh, it’s serendipity!”.
Last year, a friend referred this mom to me when she was looking for a family photographer. Coincidentally, I already knew two of her three children because I photographed them at one of the preschools where I take school portraits. But the best part? When I walked (more…)
This photo session took place in late December, although you’d never know it given how sunny and warm it was that day. I met up with this lovely family at the Arnold Arboretum in Roslindale and took full advantage of the lush greenery and gorgeous tall pine trees. This was my last session of 2014 and I guess I saved the best for last because it ended up being (more…)