Monthly Archives: April 2009

MOTHER EARTH

My family and I are by no means at the forefront of living green, however, we do try to make an effort. We recycle, we switched out our luxury performance car for a hybrid, we use compact fluorescent light bulbs, we’ve reduced the watering of our lawn to two days a week to help...

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IN THE FRAME

In this digital age most of us see pictures and share pictures online. I think the ability to share images via the web is one of the great benefits of the internet. It helps give families that are miles apart a sense of what is happening in each other’s daily lives.
And while I love...

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BUN IN THE OVEN

I love meeting expectant first time parents. Everything about the experience is new and the reality of becoming a parent hasn’t quite set in. I recently met a lovely couple for their maternity shoot and this was definitely the case for them. Fortunately, while they are still young, they have been together...

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THE ARTIST WITHIN

I’ve always been creative. From an early age I would spend hours drawing, painting and building fantastical houses for my dolls. My mother would occasionally call me her “little Kandinsky“. Now that I am a mother I want to do everything I can to support my son’s creative expression, so I am always...

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SUGAR AND SPICE

They say little girls can be mean, but the little girls that I recently met for a shoot were all sugar and spice and all things nice. They were intelligent, engaged, funny, yet demure. Their parents are patiently awaiting the arrival of number three, and unlike me, have the patience to wait to...

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