Category Archives: kids

Quisenberry

It is no secret this family is my favorite. I adore everything they are, stand for, and represent… After adopting little Finn a few years ago, they began the process of adopting baby Q #2 last summer… then, SURPRISE… baby Q #3 was growing in utero.   Plans to bring baby #2 home are still […]

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The Edwards Family.

Jack & Abby. MY Jack & Abby. Yes, I do refer to them as such. I met Jack when he was 3 months old and its been a love affair with his family ever since. From the addition of Abby ( I even remember what she was wearing on her very first Sunday at church) […]

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Storytime with Luka.

I just realized I’ve posted kids a LOT lately. I promise I am still a wedding photographer, too. Posting weddings are a longer process so when I am in a time crunch, these are easier to share. As we all know, young kids do not exactly sit still for photos. I think this is great! […]

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and baby makes three.

I have been apart of Abi & Ryan’s photo lives since the year they were married when we shot her bridal fashion. Then I shot their one year, Then I shot Ryan’s brother’s wedding in Mexico. Then it was their two year, …missed their three year because of distance. :[ But now they have added […]

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Amelie

Meet Amelie. Daniel (the barn boy in the post below) is her uncle and I think the model-ness must run in the family. We had a little play date a few weeks ago and her little (or shall I say BIG) personality was easy to capture, I couldn’t help by smile the ENTIRE time. Looking […]

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Madison

While out in California a few weeks ago, I did some commercial shots for Little Miss Madison. When we scheduled the shoot, I didn’t take into consideration Daylight Savings so we had all of 30 minutes of daylight. Regardless, she rocked it. Her mom says she is only 10 but I’m convinced she is going […]

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Film Shoot

Yesterday I had the pleasure of being the still photographer on the set of a short film in downtown Boston.The film is a documentary style film and part of it was interviewing 4-6 year olds about life. It was interesting to see the behind the scenes workings of a film… but the best part was […]

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