The Currie Family - West Boylston Rail Trail, MA

When you image autumn, is New England immediately where your mind goes? I know that, for me, it is so easy because its where I grew up. Playing in leaf piles, carving pumpkins, drinking hot apple cider, and breathing out vapors of warm air during crisp days. It’s nostalgia wrapped up in a beautiful package. This family portrait session along the West Boylston Rail Trail in MA, sealed the deal for me. More of this and I will be content as a photographer!

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Artists - Singer Suellen Diller

I am a firm believer in the fact that those who go after their dreams are some of the strongest people I know. Most often, our greatest enemy in achieving our own goals, is ourselves. We doubt, call it quits, or think that we just cannot measure up to an ideal. It just is not true! My good friend and singer, Suellen Diller is a nurse by day but is working to fulfill her dream of being a Christian singer, offering hope through her talent.

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The Anderson Family - Sparrow Bush, NY

I am excited to share these photographs with you all. As a family photographer, is easy to forget photographing those in your own life. Especially your friends and their own families! We've known Phil and Heather for about 8 years now and they have become pretty much family. Even after moving out of Massachusetts almost 4 years ago, and being far, this has remained true. Taking these pictures was also pretty special because these two have waited years for something like this.

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The Pauly Boys - Bashakill Wildlife Area NY

Living here in the Greater Hudson Valley of New York is such a treat in the summer time. There are so many different parks, rivers and lakes, and opportunities to just enjoy wildlife. Having the chance to photograph these two Pauly boys in the Bashakill Wildlife Area made my week! I didn't even know this park was thirty minutes from my home till I went online to browse a few possible locations for our shoot.

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The Importance of Simplifying Your Life

For me, life is like traffic sometimes. Moving into the country really put a halt to a lot of the traffic in my life both literally and figuratively. Living 20 minutes outside of center city Philadelphia, was one big traffic jam and 1 million lights. We moved to upstate NY and suddenly I was driving slower, stopping to check out the creatures, and just chilling on the deck. It became apparent that I needed this in my life. What I ended up discovering was that even though things were slowing down, I needed to learn about the importance of simplifying my life.

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The Murray Family - Westminster, CO

So about a week ago I was talking with my sis-in-law and she mentioned how she wished she had had pictures done when my first nephew was born. I had originally planned on visiting later on, but when she asked if I could come and photograph the family with the new little addition I jumped at the chance. I never make last minute plane plans like this, but now I know why others do it. Living in the moment and not regretting takes a bit of spontaneity. So off I went!

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How Nature Inspires Creativity & Peace

One of the blessings of living out in the country is being able to immerse ourselves in nature. At the base of the hill, on the edge of our property is this creek that rushes during the spring months. I love opening the windows and hearing it move in full force down its path. When we moved here from Philly, I immediately fell in love with the peace I found here.

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