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Category Archives: Holidays

Happy 4th of July | Boston Family Photographer

Taking a few days off to celebrate the 4th of July holiday with my family.  I thought I would post a little Instagram collage of our day at the Harvard 4th of July Festival.  It is such a lovely event with super simple and traditional fun activities for the kids and adults alike.  Ben participated […]

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Valentine Mini Sessions Are Here! – Boston Family Photographer

I am now announcing Valentine’s Day Mini Sessions!  The sessions will be held on Saturday, January 21, 2012 from 9 am to 2 pm. The mini sessions are only $150 and you will receive: 15 minute custom photography session in my studio in West Concord 10 proofs to view in your private online gallery And […]

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Valentine Studio Session – Boston Children’s Photographer

Well, after a long and wonderful holiday pause, I am back with some big news and a new session. Over the holidays, I spent my time not only with friends and family, but also working on an exciting project. I am happy to announce that I now have a studio in West Concord! Some wonderful […]

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Happy Everything!

This was our holiday card this year.  I was shocked that I was actually able to get the kids to stand still long enough for me to take photos.  Anyway, I hope that you are enjoying this holiday season as much as we are and I will see you all here in the New Year! […]

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Holiday Mini Sessions Are Here!!!!

Yes, it is THAT time already!  Need photos for holiday cards or gifts?  How about an updated family photo?  Well, I am now offering a very limited number of mini sessions.  You will receive 4 hi-resolution digital images on a disk and 4 gift prints (either 4×6 or 5×7, your choice) of those same images.  […]

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