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Monday
Jan252016

soon to be three with baby lee // maternity session

Maternity sessions can be tricky beasts. I usually talk a lot with my mothers about their expectations for the shoot. There's just so many ways to go about it and one cute idea can quickly spiral into the best of the worst of Awkward Maternity Photos (I'll spare you the link). Luckily, Stacey and I were on the same page with the "this is a regular portrait session, oh hey, there's a bump in the way" approach.

Okay, we may have also done the "heart shaped hands over the bare-belly" picture too but that was all Corey's idea -- I swear (truth is that one came out beautifully). So excited for these sweet friends and all the fun that awaits them later this winter!

Monday
Jan252016

more from breakneck hill conservatory // fall family session

The Smiths from earlier this fall. Found myself smiling at these beautiful faces as I was archiving images. Shame on me for not posting them sooner! That's seriously one good-looking family. And yes, they're that into each other. Way to make my job an easy one, Mike and Elise.

Sunday
Jan242016

brotherly love // fall family sessions

The Eslicks brought their A-game for their session. Luckily, New England kept up. Gorgeous colors at Breakneck Hill Conservatory in Southborough. Love these few from a great session with one of our favorite families here at St. Mark's.

Sunday
Jan242016

brother and sister // summer family session

Could've run around with these two all day. A few personal favorites from a family session late in the summer.

Thursday
Oct082015

summer get away // vt

Each summer since moving to New England we've had the chance to stay a week at a dear friend's place in VT. Just the three of us (four with Maeby). It's a beautiful house with no television, no cable, no internet, and barely cell reception. We love it. The house is about a 5 minute walk to a shared private beach with a sunfish, kayaks, water toys, et cetera. We spend most of our mornings and afternoons at this beach. These photos, that include rather solemn portraits of Stephen and Gus, would have you think we have zero fun and laughter (far from the truth). But that's part of what's so great about this spot. It's so quiet and peaceful. A lot of thought and wonder happens here. A lot of wading and floating and reading between the swimming and splashing and laughing. It was an overcast day. This is what I saw. These were the moments between the fun.