It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged, almost 3 months to be exact. Yikes! What can I say… fall is a busy time around here and well, blogging went to the wayside. But here we are in a new year, 2013. I plan to post quite a few shoots over the next several weeks. To kick things off here are a few of my favorites from the 2nd half of 2012.
Although we are in the midst of fall I still have another shoot or two from the summer to share with you. One of them being this shoot which took place at one of my favorite spots out east, Montauk’s Lighthouse. Something about the rolling hills and being on top of that hill that makes everyone smile.
I love this family, not only because we have become friends over the last 7 years of shoots, but because mom greets me with a glass of rose when I arrive to photograph them. The next few hours were full of giggles, chickens and a glass or two more of rose. It was one of those laid back summer evenings I am missing now. Even their grandfather was there to join us. Such a treat.
This weekend Brendan and I are visiting the windy city. He’s going for work, and I’m tagging along since I’ve never been. Before we head west for some deep dish pizza and a several glasses of vino, I will leave you with this wonderful shoot from a couple weeks ago. I loved this family. The kids could not have been any cuter.
Mom decided to celebrate her 40th birthday with a family photo shoot. Such a good idea! They live in Philly but dad works in NYC. We decided to meet one day downtown while the girls were on spring break so dad could join us from work. Could these little ladies be any cuter? I loved everything about their outfits.
Before we head off into the weekend I’ll post another shoot from last year of my dear friend Sloane and her fam. We were neighbors in the city and coincidentally we are neighbors here in Chappaqua as well. Crazy. They were just finishing up renovations on their house when we had our shoot, hence the dumpster. We had to take advantage! This was the chosen photo for their holiday card which read “Happy Holidays. Keep It Clean.” I can take no credit, it was all Sloane’s idea. Clever, right?