Archive for 'Portraits'
These two amazing women have a special place in my heart and I felt that this blog is perfect to post on such a special day. Today, We celebrate International Women’s Day. I’d also like to give a shout out … View Entire Post
Summers in Upstate NY are just awesome! The days are longer, no school and no snow. We are surrounded by this beautiful scenery every where we look but it’s even more breath taking at this location where Tati chose; at … View Entire Post
Some time ago I was contacted by a lovely lady that wanted to do a photo session with her Granddaughters. She expressed her love for these two little girls so I could just tell right away that this was going … View Entire Post
How did you get started with ballet? I can’t remember not doing ballet. I started as soon as I could walk, but even before I started it my aunt and my mom’s mom did it before me.
Tell me why … View Entire Post
The dictionary defines “music” as Vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. That is exactly how I feel when I listen to her music!
Savannah … View Entire Post
I had the pleasure of photographing Ashton and Jordan at the gorgeous Syracuse University. Even though these were taken awhile back they are some of my favorite and in honor of world ballet day I’d like to share them with … View Entire Post
Serenity: the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled. Who do you call on in your time of trouble?
What comes to my mind is one of my favorite Psalms. Psalms 23
The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not
What an awesome young man. I count it as a privilege to have photographed such a kind hearted, respectful and genuine person. On top of all of these, He is an extraodinary artist and music producer. Check out his link … View Entire Post
Fall in Central New York is so beautiful people drive here from other parts of the country to see the gorgeous colors. What a wonderful time for this mother and daughter to plan their photo shoot! And I do mean … View Entire Post