It has been SO busy this Fall – I have fallen behind on posting! But here is a fall classic – an adorable Cambridge family who frequents the beautiful trails of Minute Man National Park in Concord, MA.
So flattered and excited to be featured on the NAPCP (National Association of Professional Children Photographers) blog today! Click the image below to go see it live on their site:
I absolutely love this local family! Dee and Doug welcomed their third child (their first daughter) Daisy a few months ago. With a baby and two young boys life can get a little hectic! But we had fun channeling the energy into a great, fun and active shoot, filled with racing, exploring and just being raucous amidst their home and the beautiful grounds of the Longfellow House and Harvard Divinity School. I also just can’t get enough of this family’s gorgeous hair and blue eyes.
Tawny reached out to me requesting a relaxed family photography session in downtown Boston on a trip to visit her daughter, who is a freshman at Tufts. Every year they do something different for their Christmas card, and this year they wanted to embrace the new home city of Paris’s school. They wanted to celebrate the beautiful Fall season – but it was mid-70s! Tawny and Jerry still dawned their leather coats and scarves – no pain no gain when it comes to modeling. As you can see from these images, this family rocks great style – mom has been a fashion director for LA-based fashion magazines! I love how they knew how to work it in front of the camera as we strolled from Hotel XV Beacon down through the Boston Commons, Public Garden and finally Charles Street in Beacon Hill.
I love this glowing, adorable blonde family! I got to meet Anine last year when she was pregnant to capture her out and about the South End with husband Ian (who attended Amherst with me!). This year was even better, as I was so excited to have finally met the bubbly baby Kaia. I think she enjoyed the spotlight as much as playing in the dirt and watching the ducks and construction workers.