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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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Early Summer Family Session | Boston Family Photographer

I had the pleasure of photographing this lovely family a couple weeks ago.  They were really wonderful and up for anything.  We spent about an hour and half walking around my favorite park shooting them is several locations.  The weather and light was just perfect.  Now is a good time to mention that I am […]

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Spring Mini Sessions Are Here!

I’ve been inspired by the early warm weather here in New England to offer Spring Studio Mini Sessions* on April 1st.  Space is limited, there are just 10 mini sessions available, so contact me early to reserve your spot.  15 minute sessions in my studio in West Concord, choice of 4 images on a disk […]

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Family Fun

I have so much going on.  My son just completed Kindergarten and we have had a hectic end of the school year.  On top of that, I am preparing for an overseas trip to Paris with my entire family.  Amongst all of the end of the school year madness, I have had several shoots that […]

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First Birthday and a Cake Smash!

I am so behind in blogging sessions.  My calendar is just crazy between now and the end of June.  I am just trying to keep up!  This was a first birthday session from April.  The parents wanted some shots of their son at one year old and then a fun cake smash at the end.  […]

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