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I’ve been working on a new type of photo session for a while now and it’s inspired by my Children’s Lifestyle and Food Blog, Make & Taste.  On a weekly basis I post a recipe and/or food road trip that my kitchen helper and I make or venture out to. It’s all about baking and […]

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Kids In The Kitchen Photo Session: Your Kitchen Story

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I started my photography career over 9 years ago after walking past a digital photography school for a year in Georgetown, D.C.  While at school I enjoyed taking studio lighting classes, on-location portraits, wedding photography and a lot of computer classes. After graduation I started my photography career in the sports and fitness industry. I […]

Kids Sports Photography

Capturing The Experience: Kids Sports Photography

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As a photographer I am constantly finding locations for a perfect photoshoot session. I catalog them in my head, make note of different set ups and plan to visit again as soon as a client comes along that will make the location come to life. A close friend of mine was visiting from out of […]

Location, Location! A Lifestyle Photography Session

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Family photography is evolving to more than just the traditional portrait. It’s always nice to have a perfect portrait to look back on and reflect on a specific time and place, but what if you had high quality photos of how your family lived their daily lives. All the silliness, crying, climbing, jumping, spinning and running […]

A New Type Of Photo Session: A Slice Of Life

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Children are curious and love to be creative. Photography is just that, a creative outlet and a chance for them to capture memories of a vacation, local trip to a farm and/or family visiting them at home. They are in control for the most part of taking photos of their surrounding and anything goes. It […]

3 New Ways To Inspire Your Junior Photographer

Discover 3 New Ways To Inspire Your Junior Photographer

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