Children & Families

Cohen Family

So often, family photo sessions are focused on children…which of course I LOVE (even if they give me a workout – I’m looking at you toddlers!). My session with the Cohen family was a slight change of pace. Instead of getting together to mark a milestone in a child’s life, we were getting together to mark a milestone in Morton …
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Abby’s First Holy Communion

For this round of communion photos, I will spare you the throwback to yesteryear of yours truly in her communion dress. (Then again, if you really want to see it, I dare you to click here) Just 2 short years ago I took photos of Brenna, and this time the photo session was for her sister Abby! I just love …
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Flashes of Hope

What a way to kick off 2012! My first photo session of the year was at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for Flashes of Hope. This is my 3rd year volunteering with this organization (you can view the past 2 years here and here), and each time I look more and more forward to it.  These kids are just so inspiring …
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Flashes of Hope at CHOP

One of my favorite days of the year – photographing kiddies for Flashes of Hope at CHOP!! This year was a slightly different experience than last year. This time we were in the inpatient unit. While some of the children were able to come out and get photographed in my little makeshift studio, many of them couldn’t leave their hospital …
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Winter Babies

I was so far into wedding land in the fall that I forgot how much fun it is to make good old family photos. Particularly of the little bambinos – oh those teeny toes and fingers, I don’t know how their moms haven’t just gobbled them up (I’ve been known to sneak a little kiss of the baby feet periodically…whatever, …
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Flashes of Hope

You’ve heard me mention Flashes of Hope before on here, but last week I finally had my first event at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. It was seriously one of the best experiences I’ve EVER had…but I have to admit, beforehand I was a little nervous.  You see, I LOVE kids, I love their laughter and innocence, their ability to bring …
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