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Income vs. Impact | New England Filmmaker + Photographer

While they aren’t mutually exclusive, income vs. impact has been my perennial question in business. It comes up every year as I decide whether to raise my prices but feels most acute at tax season. There’s a painful reckoning when I account for business expenditures and calculate my hourly rate. It feels like my time […]

Income vs. Impact | New England Filmmaker + Photographer

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10 Reasons Your Next Session Should Be at Home | Boston Family Photographer + Videographer

Your home will always be my first choice for your session. It’s a place you strongly identify with as a family and where your memories are made! Maybe it’s the first home you had together. Perhaps it’s a home that’s been in your family forever. Whatever the story may be, it’s where your children are […]

10 Reasons Your Next Session Should Be at Home | Boston Family Photographer + Videographer

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Family Time at the Cabin | New England Portraits + Films

My husband is an only child, and we are blessed to have his parents living close by. Three years ago, they purchased a mid-century A-frame cabin for us all on a small pond near Sunapee, NH. It was a 1972 time capsule when they bought it, complete with red Formica kitchen countertops, avocado green appliances, […]

Family Time at the Cabin | New England Portraits + Films

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Love Poured Out Right in Front of My Lens | Boston Newborn Photography + Films

I believe that the words we speak over our children imprint on their hearts. In a quiet moment, I asked this father to speak his heart to his newborn daughter. He paused, reflecting… Then he spoke the centuries-old words of another Father…a Father whose fierce love is my freedom and peace. There is no greater […]

Love Poured Out Right in Front of My Lens | Boston Newborn Photography + Films

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4 Tips for Surviving the Busy Season | New England Family Photographer + Videographer

If you’re a photographer who lives in a colder climate, it’s likely that your shooting season is compressed like mine. You drive hard from April to November, and your business slows down during the winter months. I love the seasonal nature of my work and actually prefer it to the alternative…the hard part is October. […]

4 Tips for Surviving the Busy Season | New England Family Photographer + Videographer

Professional photograph of a branch with orange autumn leaves above a glassy lake with fall foliage reflecting in it. This picture is taken near Boston.

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Ideal Clients Aren’t Real | Boston Family Films + Photos

The definition of the word “ideal” is a.) satisfying one’s conception of what is perfect, b.) existing only in the imagination. The opposite of the word ideal is “real.” Last I checked, I didn’t marry an ideal husband. Our two daughters aren’t ideal either. I don’t have a single ideal friend…but lots of really good […]

Ideal Clients Aren’t Real | Boston Family Films + Photos

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