Well, well, well, if I don’t have truly *the best* clients of all time of any photographer anywhere at anytime of all time.
Martina is one of my favorite human beings of all time. We shared a best friend, and the rest is history. Martina and her family are selling their *gorgeous* home in Sudbury so wanted me to come over and commemorate their first home as a family of five. The house was Sam Adam’s sister’s house (as in THE Sam Adams) and it was built in the 1700s. Martina knows that she was one of many women who rocked their children to sleep in that house. I love that. Here’s to new chapters. Onward. Sending you all love!
As if life wasn’t already super awesome just because Josh and Lindsey are in it, they go and make a couple ah kids. They brought miss Vivian through a couple years ago, and on their fifth wedding anniversary I met their son, Dez, on his one-week birthday. There are few people in the world I’m more honored to know, to photograph, and to call friends than Josh and Lindsey. One day, in another life, I’ll come back and be just like them. For now, I get to see them twice a year for photography. In case you feel like making yourself happy, may I suggest that you go through the last five years of their lives. :): here is their wedding on Martha’s Vineyard, here is their maternity and newborn shoot of Vivian in their gorgeous home in South Boston, here is when Vivian turned one and we thought she was a play doll, and here is when I started actually being mad that Viv is better dressed than me. 😉 And our latest collaboration is right here… ENJOY! LOVE! THANK YOU!
Georgia is my new baby crush. She’s so cute and sweet, and her parents, Sara and Ryan, (and Sara’s parents) feel like family to me. We basically just all chased and adored Georgia around a few different backyards on a gorgeous late Spring day. Everything felt right, I really really REALLY love my job. THANK YOU for letting me into your lives. I love you all.
Man, I wish I wasn’t so effusive so that when I really needed to be you’d believe me! Kristin, Jamie are two of the best people I know, and to say that I’m in love with their daughter, Winnie, would be a huge understatement. Tommy was three weeks old when I arrived, but I have no doubt I’ll be madly in love with him, too. But, at this time in life, Winnie just reached in and stole my heart. She’s as sweet and welcoming and easy going and hilarious and smart as her parents. She’s SUPER sweet and helpful and kind. Her entire family is really special so it’s no wonder why she’s as special. I really hope you fall in love with her through these photographs. Baby Tommy will have a wonderful life, and I wouldn’t wish it on a better couple than Kristin and Jamie. Congratulations to all of you! I LOVE YOU!!!
I am lucky enough to call the Larrson mom, and the only female under this roof, a great new friend of mine. She works at Union Press Publishing and we (along with the rest of the crew at UPP) are just finishing up the third cookbook we did together (as in: I was the photographer and they were the creative explosion and publishing arm). Through this extremely fun and incredibly creative process, a whole crew of us are bonded for life. And I am on my knees in gratitude. So, I was all too eager to bounce on over to Milton to chase these CUTIES around their home the day before Easter. Shelby and Mike have created a beautiful home full of love and confidence, hilarity and fun. Their boys, Will and James, will have a wonderful life full of happiness and the confidence to be who they have the potential to be. What else can anyone ask for. It was an honor to be there and then show them what they look like surrounded by love. I love you guys. thank you so so so much. LOVE!
Boys, boys, boys! Danielle and Jed had their fourth baby…BOY! This family in Scituate is so insanely adorable and sweet and fun I can’t stand it. I didn’t want to leave I was having so much fun with these guys. This is the cutest little family on the South Shore. Promise. Enjoy! THANK YOU!
I’m from a small beach town in New England called Marshfield. It’s a workin’ man’s town surrounded by wealthier, fancier towns, and we like it that way. We hear that being the scrappy underdog builds character, and our identity is in our grit and our work ethic.
They don’t make ’em much cooler or more creative than Miss Em Falconbridge, that’s for sure. I met Em at The Squam Art Workshop and was immediately deep in friend love. So, when she told me that she was being featured in the magazine for her essential oil company, Doterra, and needed to be photographed, I was all over it. She lives in what looks like a faux Christmas village in New Hampshire called Harrisville with her wonderful husband and three kids. Her kids are Ivy, Yindi, and Banjo, and her sewing and essential oil studio is in an old yarn making mill, and her second child, Yindi, hangs off the silks that are draped from the ceiling. Her goats live between their hot tub and the zip line that crosses their land. Everyone in the family has an effortless style and talent and it was a family photographers *DREAM* to be able to photograph them. They are truly a beautiful family. Thank you for trusting me with this, Em. I love you guys!
Don’t worry nothin bout Mari because she is killing the cute game over in Cambridge. I have photographed her mom and dad since their engagement and I count myself incredibly lucky to watch this family grow. HERE is a look into the week Mari was born. Thank you so much to Jimmy and Anna for putting so much trust in me. THANK YOU!