I met up with this great family for a session recently. Here are a few of my favorite photos.
I met this great family for an outdoor session to capture some Mother’s Day photos last month. It was chilly, so we plan to meet up again when it’s warmer this spring. But despite the chilly temperatures, I was still able to capture some great moments.
Within these walls, this wonderful couple raised three children and made countless memories. Joe and Anne made this house a home — one where family and friends gathered for bocce games and grandchildren learned to walk. That house is now empty, and the closing is this week.
I spent time with the family this past weekend, as everyone gathered in the house one last time. I heard some great stories, and even helped “recreate” some old family photos. I’m so grateful for the opportunity to capture these moments.
I’m a photographer because I love capturing the love of a family and the joy of a child, and I definitely got to do that in 2013. As I look back at some of my favorite photos of the year, I am so thankful for my wonderful clients. You let me into your homes and into your lives, and I am so grateful for that. Thank you for trusting me to capture these special moments of your lives. And here’s to more special moments in 2014!
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Welcome to the world, Carter! I had the pleasure of meeting 4-week-old Carter and his great family this month to capture some newborn photos. Here are some of my favorites.
When Christina told me she loved candid photos, I was even more excited to photograph her and her adorable 1-year-old son. While I love posed photos with everyone smiling at my camera, nothing captures the life of a family more than a laugh, a hug or just a kid being a kid. This session was a great combination of both posed and candid shots, and here are some of my favorite photos.
Meet Nina, an Abington Heights senior who was a natural behind the camera. We met in downtown Scranton for her senior photos and then headed to the Steamtown National Historic Site just before dark. Nina grew up in Canada and hopes to return there for college, so it was pretty cool to find a Canadian National Railways locomotive at Steamtown. Here are some of my favorite photos.