Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Little Note.

A quick update: I’ve been receiving a number of emails requesting dates for photo sessions, and I thought it wasView full post »

Boston. IV.

I know it was taken in Boston, but this photo makes me think of Europe, and our someday dream of getting there. SomedayView full post »

This Girl.

This girl is not a fan of eating in general. Until I bring home Nutella. And then, this happens. She eats. With abandonView full post »

Class of 2011. Emily.

I know. I say it a lot. But I’ll repeat it:  I love shooting senior sessions. It’s a great time to get toView full post »


When I was younger, (read:  single) I remember thinking that kids were cute only until about the age of 3. I used toView full post »


I will admit that fall in New England is beautiful. I will concede that fact. However. However, the arrival of theView full post »

Three Winners.

Well, your comments have been considered, and the results are in. We employed a very specific, scientific method ofView full post »

There’s Still Time.

The winner of the giveaway(s) from my Etsy shop (here) will be announced later tonight– but there’s stillView full post »


I recently realized that this post would be my 400th. Which is hard to fathom, that you’ve put up with me thisView full post »


~ We may call it what we will; a bend in the road, a closed door, a dream deferred. It’s disappointing when plansView full post »

Boston. II.

Lock on Boston doorway.  35mm   f1.4  ISO 100   1/100 sec. “A door just opened on a street– I, lost,View full post »


Bike at Beacon Hill. 35mm   f1.4   ISO 100   1/250sec. I like this city. Its energy, the fact that it doesn’tView full post »

Yes, I do.

~ I like you, little girl with blueberry eyes. I like the freckles sprinkling across your face like a smattering ofView full post »

Megan. Class of 2011.

This preview is from quite a number of weeks ago, and I just have to thank you, Megan, for being patient throughView full post »


The first day of school is always a big deal at our house– Maybe more on the part of the mother than the 3View full post »