I was thrilled to be asked this past December to do some promotional photography for a non-profit in Boston called Stories without Roofs. SWR sets up a writing workshop for women who have one time or another identified as being homeless to "empower participants by re-framing their own stories" and to "discover things through the narrative art that they may not have known before." Beautiful. A group of actors then come together to tell these stories in a production called Writing Home. A write up in the Boston Globe was done about the fund raising production that featured a few of the photos taken at our shoot. Hoping to do more with them in the future!
Gus and I run around the Breakneck Hill Conservatory. It's a lovely, lovely place about 3 minutes from St. Mark's. I love that Gus runs fearlessly ahead of me now. I'm sure, eventually, this will be the source of great angst on my part. But, for now, it's mutually freeing and challenging and joy giving.
It's senior portrait time, folks. One of my favorite sessions from this fall would be Ms. Julie here. Her inability to hold a straight face for more than two seconds will quickly endear her to you. I wish you could hear her joyful laugh -- one of the best! Congrats, my dear. Can't wait to see what you've got planned next.
These are overdue but I felt it was necessary to have at least one post from the summer before posting this fall. This was one of my favorite memories from the summer. And though I have a large archive of photos from May through August, I'm pretty busy/lazy of late and haven't posted. At all.
At any rate, it's always a fun time with the Gillz and the Sneed. We've done a lot of life and traveling together (OMG Skittles in CO for example). It's been a privilege to watch these two grow into such beautiful, strong women. They love my little family so well. So very thankful for them.