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By far, my favorite location

This Fall, family sessions at the Harriton House in Bryn Mawr were very popular. Family sessions in Fall are always popular, but this location provided so much diversity – stone architecture, pathways, archways, steps, flowers, a stream, AND a few animals as a nice treat at the end for the kids. I did not get tired of shooting here. In fact, I can’t wait to go back and explore some more.

Waiting for baby #2

At the time of this session, the M Family was waiting for baby #2 to arrive, and soon-to-be big sister, Ava, was beyond excited. She might be the most expressive child I’ve ever photographed. She just cracks me up with all her different faces. Little brother has since made his appearance just a couple weeks ago. Ava is still as excited about him.

If you want to see other family sessions at Harriton House, click here. To book a family session at Harriton House, be sure to send me an email at specifying the location.




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I had been wanting to create a vintage portrait of a boy wearing suspenders and a pageboy cap about a year ago. I don’t know why I waited so long. I suppose part of the problem was that I didn’t know where I wanted to do it, until a friend showed me the perfect spot with an easy-to-reach creek with a bridge!

The right location and cooperative model

Gavin was a perfect model. He didn’t try to take off the hat or the suspenders and loved “fishing” with the stick. He listened well and cooperated with all my posing – very unlike an almost 3-year-old boy. As soon as I looked through the camera while he was sitting on the rock, I knew I had my vision! And my new favorite spot.

Fisher boy

Boy in suspenders
This was the first time I “styled” a shoot so I’m thrilled it turned out as well as it did. Mom was thrilled with the final image. I can’t wait to see it on her wall. Now to make my other ideas come to life!

If you’re interested in booking a styled session, be sure to email me at I would love to create something with you!






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The S Family invited me to document a Day in the Life at their home before they moved to a new one. They cooked breakfast, played with Star Wars figures, practiced ballet, rode their bikes, played soccer and even took some time out to read in the sun. I love that they did this. It’s such a great way to really remember how you lived life. I wish more families would document their families this way.

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More and more people are choosing online dating as a way to meet people. There aren’t many who want to leave it to chance. Between work, life, hobbies, errands, there’s just no time! However, with online dating, comes the infamous profile photo. If you’re familiar with online dating, you’ve seen the collection of bad image choices. Men posing with their cars, awkward selfies, women and their cats, etc. If you are serious about meeting your soul mate, be serious about the image you put out there of yourself. Seriously! Make the investment in your love life. Bad photos are only going to get you bad results. Show your best self and attract the best.

Your online dating profile should show several images: casual, dressy, business casual. Here are some examples of online dating profile images.


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Fall is my favorite time of year to take family portraits. The different colors from the trees add so much beauty and depth to the images. This session was Scarlett’s one-year photo shoot. We just happened upon this spot with the light streaming in through the trees. Filtered light is the best! It was a little chilly but this duo didn’t seem to notice.

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