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  1. My Approach To Family Photography | Northampton Family Studio Photography

    I like to describe my photographic style as fine art documentary photography based on improvisation. My style draws upon my influences that range from portrait photographers including Richard Avedon and Annie Leibovitz to photojournalists such as Margaret Bourke-White and Eve Arnold.  In fact, I love this quote by Arnold, which…

  2. Date Night Photo Session | Northampton Studio Photography

    When was the last time you and your special someone had a great portrait made of just the two of you? I can’t remember either. I can’t tell you the last time my husband and I were photographed, just the two of us, without our two boys. Unless you count…

  3. The Boatman’s Call Meets Film Noir

    This winter photo session marks the first of 2020. Shot inside my daylight studio with natural light, two windows and a white wall. My inspiration for photographs often come from other art forms. Books, music, and films, especially. I liked the shadows coming through the blinds, reminding me of some…

  4. Family Holiday Photos | Northampton Studio Photography

    I’m a mother to two wild boys.  So when these two siblings walked into my studio for holiday portraits, I knew I was right at home. Younger children are curious and on the move, which I understand and expect. I love this about them.  I often feel like a portrait…

  5. Contemporary School Portraits | Northampton Portrait Photographer

    What comes to mind when you think of school portraits? Stiff poses, forced smiles, flashy looking light, or maybe color gradient backgrounds? I have a collection of pre-school through high school portraits of myself depicting that dated signature style.  As a photographer and parent, I want to more for my…

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