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  1. Meaningful Gift Ideas for Dad

    This year it seems more important than ever to let our loved ones know how much we care in a meaningful way. Here are 5 gifts for Dad to show him how special he is. Happy Father’s Day! 1. Write a handwritten letter to Dad, including favorite memories spent together.…


  2. Northampton Studio Opening | Northampton Family Photography

    I’m happy to announce that the studio doors are open! Following the Governor’s Phase 2 guidelines, I’ve come up with a plan to safely begin studio sessions again. As of right now, studio sessions are available for small groups and individuals, immediate family or fewer. The studio is open by…


  3. Why Prints Matter | Northampton Portrait Photographer

    I remember watching my grandfather’s slide shows and 8mm family films as a kid. I loved seeing the story unfold. Scenes of my grandparents camping, my parents married in a church, me as a chubby baby. All these slides stitched together a story of my history, the people I loved…


  4. Fine Art Film Package | Northampton Portrait Studio

    My favorite portrait setup these days is simple. Winter light, black backdrop, 4x5 camera loaded with black and white film, model seated on a stool at the edge of the window.  We’ve had a surprising number of sun filled days this winter which I’ve been celebrating in the studio. There…


  5. 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…


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