One Family Two Sessions

It’s been a while since I blogged but here is a family that I really enjoyed photographing. I first met Mom, Dad and son last Fall for a lovely outdoor session which is featured in another blog entry. It was great to revisit with them back in February at their home for a newborn family session with the arrival of their daughter. I combined portraits from both sessions here. I hope they are doing well and enjoying their summer.

Acton child photographer portrait

Acton family portrait

Newborn portrait with sibling

Newborn at home portrait

Late Winter Session

I’m delving into past sessions for the next few blog entries simply because time with clients took my away from posting as much as I would have liked over the last year.

This session from last Winter was such a joy to do. It still remains one of my all time favorite sessions. I do not usually recommend family portraits in studio with younger kids as they find the area very restrictive. It is an even bigger challenge when it’s part of a newborn session. However these kids were so delightful and so engaging that everything just clicked. We got sibling moments, family portraits and newborn images. If kids are very relaxed and comfortable with new people and flashing lights then it can work out great as you see. Mom and dad were also wonderfully relaxed which is a great help when doing studio portraits. I think this baby will almost be one so it seems appropriate to send my birthday wishes via this blog!

Massachusetts baby photographer

Massachusetts newborn photographer

boston family portrait

boston family photographer

New Year Wishes and Some Nostalgia Too!

My daughter recently informed me that the photograph of her sitting on my bedside table was well past its sell by date ( by two years to be exact) and that she was none too happy about this. With this is mind it was a relatively simple task to get her in studio for some new shots. When all said and done I realized that the new set up was very similar to one I did with her four years ago. So as well as looking forward this new year I am also looking back. Here is a mix of images of my daughter from 2011 and late 2015. Happy new year everyone. Remember take time to create family memories this year that you will cherish for years to come. I look forward to seeing some of you again in the near future.

Boston studio portrait

Boston studio portrait

Boston studio portrait

Boston studio portrait