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how to photograph kids: where should the session take place? | phoenix child photographer

A thoughtful question that we often get when booking a family portrait session: Where should the session take place? If possible, we will suggest beginning the session in the family’s home. Why the home you might ask? Well, we are big believers in having a portrait session take place in a spot that has some […]

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The sweet song of summer | children’s documentary style portrait photography

“In Summer, the song sings iteself.” – William Carlos Williams Well, the end of summer is here. At least on the calendar, anyway. It may still be 110 here in the desert, but it is time to put away the white. Summer is officially over. June, July and August were full of friends, family, travel […]

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first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes two beautiful children | scottsdale children’s portrait photographer

“The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing” – Joseph Addison When this mom called to book her session, she mentioned that she would like the session to take place where she and her husband were married. I fell in love with the idea. How meaningful. What could be more recollective and full of […]

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bay area family | children’s portrait photography

  Children are the sum of what mother’s contribute to their lives – Unknown Ok…and dads too. We may think that our children are never listening to us but they are taking it all in. Moments that seem inconsequential at the time could end up being a fond memory that stays with a child forever […]

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Serena & Lily Summer Catalog | fresh ideas for the nursery and home decor

Nearly seven years ago, I was very, very pregnant with my first child.  Maternity leave was right around the corner. I really wanted to be able to spend time with my little girl and not return to a stressful job in midtown Manhattan. Oh what to do? I decided that I would open an adorable […]

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