|Meeting a family for the first time at a session is always fun for me. I love to see the transformation from who they are when we start the session to who they become by the end. The first ten minutes of a session is when we get to know each other and the images are more "formal", once they know it's all good and it's going to be fun, all bets are off and soon they are jumping off logs! Such a riot!
Thank you Diane, Jeff, Danielle, and John for a great session and for letting me photograph how much fun you are. You're a great family! :)
|It's funny how you just know, as soon as you meet someone, that you are going to be friends for the long haul. That's how I felt as soon as I first sat down to talk to Chris and Michaela. We met over coffee and talked about their wedding. The details were still pretty much up in the air, but one thing was certain....they wanted to do an engagement session right away. One look at these two and you can see why I was jumping up and down (in my head :). I knew their session was going to be magical, but I had no idea how much. I was in my glory!
Thank you Chris and Michaela for being so amazing, so you. I can not wait to photograph your wedding in September at The Owenego!
You both make me smile :)
|Wow! I can not even believe how far behind on blogging I am! yeesh!
I have been dying to blog this family session for a while now. I introduce you to one of my all time favorite families - Amy, Dana, and Payton!
We met on a gorgeous day at Hamonassett State Park about an hour before sunset and had an amazing session. I knew, when I photographed Amy and Dana's wedding, that they were going to have beautiful children. Yes, I was right! Payton is so so so adorable and works the camera even better then her parents do :)
Amy and Dana, you are incredible parents and even though you did not name your child little Cheryl, I love her just the same! You three are the best!
|When you put me among an amazing group of people, two handsome grooms, a very cool location, annnnnnd, throw in some song and dance after the vows, I am in heaven! Mark and Jack's celebration is definitely going into my top ten favorite events that I have photographed thus far. This was a high class Broadway style party that had me thinking I was watching Gene Kelley and Fred Astaire.
After their guests had mixed and mingled their way around Mark and Jack's Bronxville, NY terrace, they were seated for a very special set of toasts by their closest friends. The grand finale after their vows was the song that brought them together. You Were Meant For Me from Singing In The Rain, the production that started it all.
Thank you Mark and Jack for letting me be a part of such an amazing celebration! I'm still smiling :)
To see more of their wedding day, click on the link under the last photo. Enjoy!
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