Try to not smile when you see these two together. It's impossible. Bray is just about the coolest kid you'll ever meet and "Zo Zo" is the definition of toddler chic! The two of them together are so much fun. I always revel in how laid back mom is-- she goes with the flow and I think that's why the kid's portraits are always fun. She doesn't say more to them then we are going to have a good time taking photos. Easy peasy!
When your BFF has a baby, you do the Fresh 48 and the studio session!!! Twice the cuddles for me and so many fun memories for this family of five. It was awesome to be there as Ted's two big sisters met him.
Brian and the team at Pariseault Builders do residential and commercial construction as well as historic renovations. His wife wanted to give him the gift of a portrait to add to their wall at work. It's family tradition that everyone has a headshot. I love that! I think it's a great way to remember your history while moving forward with a business. Best wishes, Brian!
This is the second time I have traveled to the F family's home to take photos of them in a more relaxed newborn session way. I like newborn sessions in home because I think it gives them a different feel- especially when siblings are involved. They can happily play with their toys while I photograph little bro! Here's some of my favorites from this session.
We took advantage of the blue skies and warm temperatures in May to do some senior photos for these great kids! The three of them are graduates of Cranston West and off to URI and New England Tech in the fall. They had a great relationship with each other and laughed from start to finish. Best wishes to you all as you start this new chapter!
What a cool mama! Tara makes it seem like having three kids is the easiest thing in the world. If you follow her Instagram @taracceleste you will see them jet setting around RI going to folk festivals, food trucks, quilt museums, donut shops and a lot of libraries. Tara's husband, Matt, is the owner of my favorite photography studio (other than this one, of course!) Blueflash caters to the simple, romantic and modern bride. You will never see two shots the same with that crew. Matt and his team go out of their way to create unforgettable portraiture. I was lucky enough to be a guest at a wedding he photographed this weekend and we were viewing the portraits at the wedding. The bride and groom couldn't believe that during dinner, they were already seeing their ceremony and formal shots. A-mazing. But enough already...kick back and enjoy their cute family photos! PS- Tara made her dress.
Howard and Thea were really excited to do these family photos at Stepstone Falls in Exeter. They knew about it from when they did their engagement photos and we excited, one 14 year old and puppy later, to do some family portraits there. I love the photos of them together by the falls but the woods, even this late spring when nothing had bloomed because of our crazy weather, still looked pretty! Who knew moss was so colorful?!
On a rainy April day, Sosi and her mom stomped in some puddles, played by a stream and danced all around. Happy birthday, Sosi! It's so much fun seeing you grow!
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?"