Sorry to talk about it now!! Really, I am…sort of…but the LEAVES ARE TURNING here! Taking appointments now for your holiday and foliage portraits! These are the only dates I’ll be offering this year! Times are on a pre-pay schedule only. Questions? Ready to book? Contact me now!
Yesterday, I started telling you about our recent trip to DC and I spoke about our travel, lodging, and food. Today, I want to share with you our sightseeing! We did double back to some of the sights we saw last year (different kid, same sights!) but you can read about those last year (part … More DC Wanderings Part Two
Last year, my family and I were blessed with a wonderful opportunity – our oldest daughter, Alexandra (at the time, age 11) was nominated for a fabulous leadership program in DC. This year, our second daughter, Evanthea (age 10), was nominated for the same program. I posted last year’s trip (part one and part two) … More DC Wanderings Part 1
What a lovely morning I had yesterday with Amy & David! We met at Elizabeth Park and enjoyed the morning before the heat kicked in! Amy and David have this wonderful connection – they compliment each other fabulously! I enjoyed photographing them because they needed no direction…none! I love how naturally comfortable Amy and David … More Amy and David Engaged!
I get asked to photograph a lot of charity events – I am very particular with which I choose. When Co-Chair, Corinne DiBacco, asked me if I was available to photograph this event – I said yes without hesitation. Mary’s Place is a wonderful organization, helping children and families cope with loss. 100% of the … More Charity Wine Tasting for Mary’s Place
I absolutely adore photographing Special Olympics events! I love that it is just pure joy spread across the athletes’ and families’ faces! My favorite photo from this past weekend – a dad and an athlete How can you not smile with that? 🙂 Here are some more:
Once again, my heart is full; filled by the kindness of strangers. Over 300 people jumped into the Long Island Sound in 46 degree water…for what? To raise money for the Special Olympics, of course! At last count, over $80,000 was raised to help the games! Wow!!