Category Archives: Families

La Dolce Vita | Our Italian Vacation

By way of an explanation/apology for why I’m so behind on blogging client shoots, I thought I would give a little peek at our summer travels.  Recently, we took our two-year-old son on a ten-day trip to Italy.  We started in Florence, then trained to Rome, then ended our journey in Puglia, where we attended […]

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Baby Charlotte | Boston Newborn Photography

It was rainy, gray, and cold on the morning of baby Charlotte’s photoshoot.  But all the dreariness disappeared as soon as we stepped through the threshold of her parents’ house.  Once inside, it was warm and calm.  A sweet Charlotte was sleeping blissfully, and her parents were awaiting the return of the extended family, who had come into town to […]

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A Very Merry(-Go-Round) Second Birthday Party | Boston Children and Family Photography

Rose Kennedy Greenway Carousel Birthday Party, Boston Children Photography, Boston North End Photography

I am woefully behind on blogging, but I’m going to take my posts completely out of order so that I can share the adorable photos from my favorite photography subject’s second birthday party.  After slavishly planning every detail of his first birthday party last year, I veered to the opposite end of the spectrum and […]

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Leo at 3 Months | Boston Children and Family Photography


Cheers to the seasons!  On this surprisingly quiet day in the Arnold Arboretum, the fall foliage could not have been more perfect, punctuating the still emerald green lawn of the Shrub and Vine Garden with a sprinkle of gold. Leo’s beautiful mama and I met through a wedding blog, where she thoughtfully documented the planning […]

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Samuel and Family | Boston Children and Family Photography

Even with the chilly weather, there was so much warmth in this session.  There are happy babies, and there are HAPPY babies.  Samuel simply radiates joy, and it is just impossible not to get caught up in it.  So you can imagine how much fun it was to wander around the area around Jamaica Pond […]

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