Choices, choices…

I am just about to start work preparing portraits for this family so I thought it an appropriate time to post some images from the session here on my blog. This happened to be a really lovely warm Fall evening which worked great for these young children. Mom had a very hard time choosing portraits as there were so many special images. Likewise I had a difficult time making my picks for the blog too!

High School Senior

Here’s a quick look back at a high school senior session held last month and I’m missing the Fall color already! This was a fun session with lots of portraits to choose from. I hope this young lady has  great final year at school.

We are now right into winter landscapes and temperatures. We will still be holding shortened outdoor sessions as long as temperatures hold up enough to be out in nature without feeling too cold. Outfits need to be planned for the weather though!


Dodging The Raindrops

It was touch and go whether this session would take place. The ground was still wet from earlier rain and the heavy clouds still hung around. However it all worked out. We saved sitting in the grass until as late as possible and the clouds actually helped the Fall colors pop. Fun shoot with a fun family!



Backyard Get Together

As always, it was great to photograph these children once again for their annual Fall photo session. This year, the meet place was their back yard. This worked out perfectly for the youngest sibling. Being in familiar surroundings can be an ideal for very young toddlers so a garden or backyard with some open shade works very nicely.




Recently a few of my session inquiries have mentioned they saw me on the CBS TV website, I am pleased to find I am now featured on their website in an article on the best portrait photographers in the Boston area. A number of my new clients who have found me via that website have said they were drawn to my classic timeless style, I really appreciate the exposure CBS has given that has allowed such clients who share my artistic tastes to find me.