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Monthly Archive for May, 2008

Two to show…

Even after a long day at school these kids were still full of laughs. We had a lovely evening for this session, perfect for blowing dandelions! It was great meeting these charming children and Mom too.

Black and white portrait

Children photo

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My Spring Session

I like to capture some special images of my own children each Spring, here’s my favorite portrait for this season. My youngest is now enjoying sharing a few jokes with her brother and this portrait really captures how their relationship has moved on.  They are growing up oh so fast and I don’t know whether to laugh or cry when I look at this image!

Massachusetts Portrait

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High School Senior Reps Wanted

Are you a high school senior looking to have some great photos taken for your graduating year and school yearbook? I am offering a limited number of free photo sessions to students in Littleton and the surrounding towns if you sign up to be a rep.  This job does not require a huge commitment on your part but you must be willing to show off your photos and let fellow students know about my work. There are additional rewards for any future sessions booked by your school friends and associates. Interested in learning more? Email me for details. 

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Looking for a cool gift for Dad?

I am busy working on images from a couple of recent sessions which are going to be gifts for Father’s Day. Of course I can’t share them with you right now as that will spoil the surprise!

Are you looking for a great gift idea for Dad? How about a photo session and photos of the kids? If you don’t have time to devote to a full sesion I am currently offering weekday mini sessions. Information on these and my regular sessions can be found on my website. Just click on “rates” or “specials”.

Father’s Day gift sessions must be booked ASAP in order for prints to be ready for the special day! Call or email for information.

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Three kids aged 4 and under…

 Mom and Dad had the idea to bring along the heirloom wagon for this session. What a great idea that turned out to be. This cheerful little guy pictured below proved to be an expert wagon puller. With all his energy I do believe he could have pulled it all the way to Boston!

Acton family portrait

Acton portrait

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Worth The Wait

 This garden family session was scheduled for last December and then the snow arrived. Then with a couple of rain delays thrown in too this shoot has been a long time coming! I really enjoyed capturing some memories for this family.  This little girl enjoys dressing up for the occasion. I’m not sure which outfit I liked best, the creamy white dress (pictured here) or the soccer outfit complete with pink soccer boots. 

Family Portrait

 Littleton Portrait

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Springtime Session

 Here’s a couple of selections from a recent session with two year old twins. We had a bright warm evening and I really enjoyed my time with them. I just loved the garland of flowers in this little girl’s hair!

Spring Blossoms

Spring Blossoms Photo

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Familiar faces and a new one too!

One of my sessions this week was for a returning client. It was lovely meeting them again and seeing how much the little boy has grown!!  It was also a real treat to be introduced to their newest member, this darling little girl. Dad made a great iced coffee too, better than Dunkin Donuts. I was sorry that I did not have the time to stay and finish it.




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Rain, Rain Go Away…..

It’s been one of those wet and chilly Spring weeks that often happens here in Metro West. Thanks to my clients this week who have been flexible in rearranging their sessions.

 Obviously rain makes most outdoor sessions a no go  (unless of course puddle splashing, umbrella holding photos are the order of the day). It is also worth mentioning that chilly temperatures and wet parks can also hinder the success of outdoor shoots with very young kids.  Indoor sessions can also be affected if it is a dark dreary day as I use all natural light for my work. I always work hard to reschedule clients as close to their original date as possible should the weather not be kind to us. Great weather goes a long way to producing a great session. I’m ready to leave the cold and wet stuff behind in exchange for some golden rays of sunshine. (Or, even better for photo sessions, warm cloudy evenings!)


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