Wow! I can't believe how far behind I've fallen on blogging. I'm hoping to catch up on the past few months before the fall! I'm really excited to share this Mommy & Me session from July. As many of you probably know, I've been shooting a bit of film, but this was the first session where I really tried to incorporate both film and digital and take a true hybrid approach. I loved it! Beach sessions are so much fun because I feel like kids just naturally let loose and play when they're by the ocean. You can really see the love these two share for each other. AND, this momma is absolutely glowing. I can't wait to meet her sweet baby girl in just a few short weeks!
If you caught my post on this couple's maternity session, then you know I was excited for their newborn session -- I could tell that they'd be incredibly loving parents to their sweet baby girl. These images remind me why families with newborns are often my favorite to photograph, I love the tenderness and how easy it is to capture the love and pure emotion.
On an unusually warm day for winter in New England, I met up with this awesome couple for a snowy maternity session. As a lifestyle photographer, I feel so lucky when I get to work with people whose love is so genuine that it shines through effortlessly in every image, and that was definitely the case with these two, who are expecting their first baby (a girl!) in just a few weeks. I am so excited for their newborn session, there's no question that they will embrace their new arrival with warmth, love, and joy.
I had so much fun at this session -- it reminded me of exactly why I love newborn photography. Between all of the peaceful and love-filled moments, these adorable twins brought wonderful energy, laughter, and even more joy into the mix. This crew was so much fun to work with, we were instant friends and I so enjoyed capturing these memories <3
I'm in the process of updating my website! It's almost complete (do you like it!?), but I don't have my blog up and running quite yet (check back soon!). In the meantime, feel free to check out my old blog.