This is the second time I’ve been able to photograph this AWESOME family, and I got the giggles on the drive over to this house. Marcus and Ryan are SUCH good kids.. hilarious, giggly, really fun, really smart, curious, and very eager to please the stranger with the camera in their home. And SUPER cute!! They just do cute, funny stuff and I chase them around. I’m not surprised they’re so cool because Sharon and Allan are just these super low key, chill, quiet, cool people who love their family. They’re great people, great clients, and I’m so so so grateful I get to photograph them every year. I almost can’t believe how lucky I am. See you next October, cuties! THANK YOU SO INSANELY MUCH!!
Am I the only person who wants to adopt every other family I meet? Especially when we start looking at generations of awesome. On a Sunday morning in September I drove out to Western Mass to photograph the gorgeous Poletto family at grandma and grandpa’s house. This family is kind, welcoming, Italian (!!), fun, energetic, gorgeous, kind, and smart… and successful. Aaaand I’ll stop. I wish they would adopt me. Like, for real. Thank you guys so much. I love you all SO MUCH!!
When a snow storm was due to hit during our shoot, Patricia and her family thought it was perfect timing. I totally agree. We headed over to Larz Anderson Park in Brookline and had a great time. Sledding, snow ball fights, and record low temperatures. Must be winter in Boston.
Wow. This is the kindof shoot that spoils family photographers. Alexander might be the most precious thing in the world and he full-on stares at the camera, squeals, and smiles a toothless grin from ear to ear. Until he’s hungry. And then he chews on the inside of his elbow which is also pretty cute.
I wish I lived in a village of Alexanders.