Monthly Archives: October 2011

I Heart Faces | “Catch Me If You Can”

When I saw the theme for this week’s “I Heart Faces” challenge, I thought immediately of this image of adorable Merrin running off toward the pond.  The determination, fearlessness, and joy in this face . . . it’s childhood personified. See the rest of the entries here.

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Jess | Hip Hop-Inspired Dance Photography in Brookline, Boston

Jess is quite possibly the hardest working woman in the dance business.  She teaches hip hop, Zumba, Bollywood, Malaysian, BodyJam . . . oh, and she also has a full-time, non-dance-related day job!  The Energizer Bunny has nothing on her. Of course, I wasn’t surprised to find out that she is as multifaceted in her […]

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Janie & Merrin | Boston Children and Family Photography

My brother-in-law Charlie and his best friend from childhood brought their little girls together for a play date and picnic on Jamaica Pond.  It’s so fun to capture these memories of an old friendship sustained and a new friendship developing. These girls don’t know it yet, but they are going to be friends for a […]

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I Heart Faces | “Hold On”

This week’s theme on “I Heart Faces” is hands, which happens to be one of my favorite photographic subjects!  See more gorgeous entries here.

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Monique | Contemporary Dance Photography in Brookline, Boston

Amory Park, Hall's Sanctuary, Brookline, Dance

Imagine if Martha Graham were a wood nymph. That’s the quirky image that popped into my head when I first visited Hall’s Sanctuary at Amory Park, a hidden gem in urban Brookline.  The sanctuary has a wild, almost primordial look . . . gorgeous tangled branches and dead tree stumps, a lily pond complete with […]

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