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Hi! I'm so happy you're here. What you're about to look at actually started when I was a child, while pouring over old family photographs in my grandparent's attic. Years later, as an adult, I realized the power of a moment on film. Babies just sitting up, toddlers starting to walk, a kiss between the newly engaged - those pictures meant as much to me decades later as they meant to the people who took them.

Fast forward to 2010. I was given the opportunity to start shooting for friends and families close to me. I had the not-so-surprising realization that this is something I truly love. Since then, I always strive to provide clients with the types of photos I would want for myself - imaginative and authentic.

I am honored to be able to share a portion of my sales, time, and talents with local charities such as The Little Mended Hearts of RI, The Lindsay Anne Burke Memorial Foundation, Cranston National Budlong T-Ball, Holden Crop Walk, and Park View Middle School/The Wounded Warrior Project. These are some of the most satisfying things I am able to do with my camera.

Someday it will be your child in the attic, finding the photographs that tell the story of your life, love, and joy.
Let me capture your life, 1/1000th of a second at a time.




Heather and I planned this session with warm weather in mind but New England weather has taken us all by surprise this year. The day of Parker’s session was cloudy ┬ábut as we pulled in to start the session, it started to pour. However, as they say, if you don’t like the weather in New England, wait a minute. Sure enough, after a quick stop at the library to play with the train set, we were able to get back out there. The clouds didn’t deter Parker from running around and seeing all the fun stuff the park had to offer (like a giant digger and backhoe behind a fence)!

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Mom and Dad met on the Providence College campus, both worked there, got married there and of course, wanted to have their family photos there. I thought it was the perfect location for their photos. It was a place with special meaning and they felt right at home. The architecture of the buildings was original and provided an awesome backdrop.

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Ok, this is my #sorrynotsorry moment of 2016. There are a lot of pics in this post. It’s hard to put into words how much of my photography business I owe to my husband and Weston, his business partner. They have put hundreds of hours, nails, laminate floor pieces and creative ideas into helping me make my studio. I can say with 100% certainty that if it were not for both of them, I would not be doing what I am. So, when Weston met Jen, I was kinda planning their engagement pics from their third or fourth date on. I met Jen early on and knew she was the right choice for Wes. We took a little road trip and ended up at Smith College to use their botanical gardens and true to what usually happens- the best laid plans go away. There were so many other cool spots that we never even made it there. I know their personalities shine through in these photos because they smile ALL the time when they are together (unless you ask how Jen’s cat is. Then she smiles and Wes rolls his eyes. Not a cat person but LOVES HER ENOUGH to let the cat live with them hahahah). Enjoy!

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Their mommy runs a really great blog over at This Twin Life. Check it out to follow their journey of raising two adorable babies and get a great recipe for cookies in the meantime!

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