As I sit here with a full belly from a large Thanksgiving meal,  my “to do list” is long.  This is my, and every other photographer’s busy season.  From October until the end of December, I liken this period of time to the craziness that accountants go through during tax season.  I eat, sleep, and…

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Making Grain Free Brownies

I’ve lived in New England  my whole life.  So, technically, I should embrace snow storms.  As a child, I definitely did.  There was nothing better than putting on my snow pants and going outside in the snow to frolic.  That would always be followed by coming back to a  warm house where my mom would…

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I love my job.  I say it all the time and I’m sure my friends and family must be tired of hearing it.  But it’s true.  I meet the most wonderful people and I get to capture beautiful moments for them.  This session was no different.  Mom Stacie, who is just stunningly beautiful, asked me…

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This blog post is for all the mamas and mamas to be out there.  I’ve been thinking about this and wanting to write about this for a while.  But then I’d worry how people would perceive it, and wonder if I was getting too personal and maybe even too “off topic” (this is a photography…

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What parent wouldn’t want to have their child photographed with a cute little bunny or chick for Easter?  Bunnies and chicks are cute. But, most people don’t realize that in order for a photographer to use a live bunny or chick in their shoots, they must have certain permits and licenses.  Many photographers don’t realize…

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This blog entry is a little different than my usual entries.  It’s not photography related at all. But I am using my photography page as a platform to spread the word and awareness about Rare Diseases.   A disease or disorder is considered rare when it affects fewer than 200,000 Americans at any given time.  Because…

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