Help me find them

Because wouldn’t you want it? I love them and they have no idea.  They need to know. I took this photograph, but I can’t take credit for it.  It doesn’t feel like mine the way others do.  It was shot on an iPhone, 5, for one.  This image was pure luck and walking past these…

10 years

This family. Over a decade. If you’ve been with me a while, you might remember.this one It’s always been one of my favorite mother’s portrait. I have a list a mile long I’m grateful for this job and my people are at the top. This year has been a big year for me. I could…

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Luckily I’ve got a good Botox lady

This guy right here was one of my very first clients. His 2004 smirk is exactly the same as his 2017 smirk. Luckily for his mom and dad and me, he’s got two little brothers who aren’t quite as close to being up and out. I don’t think I need to use any words to…

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Dear Berkley,

  Dear Berkley, You reminded me of my daughter at her age. A toddler perfectionist. The boss. I know yesterday didn’t go quite as you planned. In moments you felt like I was purposely defying you. When you needed me outside, I went in. When you wanted me inside, I tried to take you out….

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Consider yourself warned.

This is a public service announcement. What you see in these photographs is a cruel phenomenon that happens when you blink. Whatever you do. Do. Not. Blink. For those of you who have been hanging with me since the beginning, you might remember these 2008 images. Summer’s senior portrait session was my first time seeing…

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