We just beat the rain (and a pack of 50 Boy Scouts hiking!) down at Arcadia in West Greenwich to grab these beautiful portrait's of a very special time in Chloe's life.
Laura works for Atlantis Pool Service as the office manager. Atlantis services residential and commercial pools in Rhode Island as well as providing new homeowners with peace of mind- their thorough inspection process helps you know exactly the condition a pool is in before you buy. Stay tuned for headshots of all Atlantis employees as the summer progresses!
Karina has been like a part of our family for over five years. I felt very honored to photograph her graduation portrait as she received her B.A. in Marketing and Public Relations. Wishing you nothing but the best, K!
I may a little biased but my niece is like a little doll. Her smile and giggle are infectious. My sister-in-law, Sara, and I had a great time dressing Nola up and she didn't seem to mind bit :)
Oh those little cheeks! Miss E came to visit for her first birthday portrait and her big sister was very proud of her. She helped me through the whole session and my favorite photos were the two girls and their mom together. Such a special time.
This little cutie came to visit the studio when she turned two. Her mom told me she doesn't stop moving and mom was right :) I loved getting to photograph spunky little toddlers. Their personalities just shine. While the photos may never be "smile and look at the camera," I think whatever they do at this age is perfect.
This cutie gave mom and I a run for our money! She was not sure about the fuzzy rug and the lights but once a few toys came out, it was all smiles. Happy birthday, B! It was great to meet you!
This little guy was one of my first studio newborn sessions, so it was great to have him back in the studio with his mom's crafty cake making skills. I happened to mention a tin tub would be a fun end to the session and lo and behold, they happened to have one that was very important to their family. Family heirloom and artifacts make a session that much more meaningful! Love it!
As I have mentioned, I am not a wedding photographer but I kind of relish in the fact that my friends ask me to bring my camera along. I was so incredibly fortunate to take some shots of Weston and Jen on their wedding day. I can't really sum up my friendship with Weston in a paragraph. He's been my friend for fifteen years and the only person I know I can count on to buy me Kenny Rogers concert tickets. Once he met Jen and she was willing to indulge us by saying she could tolerate K. Rog, I knew she was the one. I'm so happy to have shared the day with you.
This family- love, love, LOVE them! Cooper is my little guy's best bud and Alicia is my work best friend! We have more laughs throughout the day. I feel really lucky to enjoy my "day job" and still get to have a photography business on the weekend. All of my clients are flexible in helping me make this work. Alicia is really creative and we scouted locations and thought about it for a long time. On a whim, I said, let's go to Foster! So she and Wayne drove around and found some cool spots. However, our favorite setting of the day was a dead end dirt road. I took one of my favorite mother/son shots there. I always look forward to photographing the same families over and over because they just grow more comfortable with the process. We walked away with tons of shots this time around- here are a few faves!
How can you not appreciate a family with a sense of humor that dabs at the end of their session? I am truly behind on posting, as this was four months ago, but I loved the goofy nature of this session. So easy, so laid back, so MUCH FUN! Thanks, Kate, for always having my back and helping me plan photo sessions with nothing but a description like "I like chalk. Can we do a chalk backdrop?"
I never post weddings to my website...mostly because my main job and passion is photographing children but every now and then I am asked by a friend or friend of a friend to photograph a wedding and I am so honored to do so. Suzi is a very close friend of mine (her sister is one of my partners in crime, Kate Caito) and she wanted me to photograph her wedding but still be a guest so I thought about how to make that happen. Then I thought of the wonderful Dawn Temple and asked her if she would like to embark on this journey with me! I was able to photograph Suzi getting ready, her first look and some formals and then I did a quick outfit change and became a guest! It was the best of both worlds. I love you, Suzi and Matt! Now, Suzi, go finish reading your book so we can meet for sushi and have book club!
We took total advantage of the unseasonably warm temperatures to take Charlotte's birthday portrait. I loved this session- the coordination of the outfits, the genuine joy and smiles and the bunny! Bring your child's toys to sessions, please! It adds such a personal touch to each photo. You'll love looking back on your session and remembering how much they enjoyed their special toys and stuffed animals.
Scarlett and Raleigh came in to do a quick little Valentine's Day session and Scarlett showed Raleigh the ropes. He wasn't a fan of my studio lights so Scarlett did a great job giving him toys to play with so he would be more interested in that than me :) Great job, Scarlett! Now taking applications for assistants... hahah!
S stopped by with mom and dad to update their family photos and she brought her spunky little personality. I've been photographing her since she was born and I can't wait to plan her 4th birthday session!
These two- all laughs! It's really nice to see siblings with an age difference get along so well. Gwen knows just how to make Sebastian smile (and her style? The best! Look at those boots!) and Sebastian knows how to turn on the charm for the camera. This photo session was the two kids for regular portraits and then a few for the holidays and I like being able to have those two types rolled into one. A few for the card, a few for the wall!
One night in, probably January of last year, I had this idea to do some outdoor photo sessions with a camp fire. Creating this set with young kids around is not something I take lightly so I had a team of people who helped get this together and helped supervise (big shout out to my husband who, despite the chilly temps, worked up a sweat keeping that fire going. Also big thanks to the Boy Scouts, not only for the camping spot, but for teaching Eagle Scout Bryan how to keep that camp fire stoked LOL). This set was probably the most fun my team (Kate, Alicia and I) have had because it was fun to get the props, fun to make the props, and fun to logistically figure out how to redirect the entire day's sessions around 300 campers (a small unexpected twist). Overall, the day was perfect and although I won't likely replicate the exact scene again, it will be a favorite for quite some time.
These three sweet kids pulled off a surprise for their mom after the holidays. We originally did a session and the weather did not cooperate. We tried to reschedule but with the kids away at college, it wasn't working out so we secretly hatched a plan. They snuck out of the house to get Chipotle and we did this session. I tagged their mom on FB and their parents were shocked! It was really fun to do this and they are really awesome "kids."
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