You Need a New Photo on LinkedIn

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I have to tell you something, and you aren’t going to like it. You are using an outdated photo on your LinkedIn profile. No, I haven’t looked specifically at your profile, but I know from experience that most people keep … Continued

Give the Gift of Family Portraits

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The time of year has come – again – to think about holiday gifts for people in your life. It’s October! That means all of the winter holidays are coming fast, with the parties and expectations that come along. If … Continued

Dear Families: Show Up As You Are

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Families are messy, especially when there are kids involved. And this means that no family portrait shoot will ever be perfect. In fact, rarely do family portrait sessions go exactly as expected! This facts that every family is so unique … Continued

Black Lives Matter

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Black Lives Matter. In the wake of the racial injustice that our country has witnessed – recently and for generations – I want you to know that I share in the outrage, grief, and fear that so many of our … Continued

The Family That Plays Together…

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As Massachusetts heads towards reopening, families and photographers are daydreaming about family portrait sessions! The quarantine has made me realize just how much I love the simple joy of getting to witness families interacting and playing with each other. I … Continued

Family Photos on the Front Steps

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With the latest round of restrictions on gatherings and recommendations for social distancing, families are getting a lot more “together time” than they may have had in the past. A photographer in Needham, MA saw an opportunity here: to document … Continued

BIG Opportunity Wedding Photographers!

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If you’ve chosen to build your photography career around wedding photography, then you must agree that weddings can be beautiful events to witness. You likely already have invested in cameras, lenses, technical training, and some practice. And yet, while enthusiasm, … Continued

My Best of 2018 in Wedding Photos

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2018 was a year of weddings that didn’t disappoint. They were full of highs and lows that were breathtaking and emotional and that I feel incredibly honored to have documented. I worked with a couple who made their wedding happen … Continued

Emily & Sam’s October Wedding

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Emily and Sam had a lovely outdoor wedding in mid-October. It started as a rainy and cloudy morning, but these two never gave up hope on have a first look on their roof deck overlooking the Boston skyline or having … Continued

Tips for Better Smartphone Photos

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As we enter the holiday season, I know there will be much gathering, toasting, hosting, partying, eating, and taking impromptu group photos. I love everything in this list…except that last one. It’s just that these impromptu-holiday-gathering group photos always turn … Continued

Tips for a Great Headshot

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This time of year, lots of people and companies are thinking about refreshing their website and LinkedIn profiles with new portraits (as they should.)  So if you’re one of the lucky ones with a portrait session in your future, here … Continued

Update Your LinkedIn Photo

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I have to tell you something, and you aren’t going to like it. It’s time to refresh your business portrait. If you’re like most professionals, you’re using an outdated photo on your LinkedIn profile, your website, your Facebook profile, etc. … Continued

Remembering my Grandma

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My Grandmother, Virginia, passed away last week after many years struggling with Alzheimer’s Disease.  It had been many years since we had seen her happy and smiling, so I thought it would be a nice tribute to post some photos … Continued