• Faces

    Bart: Senior Pics

    I haven’t blogged senior high school photos in three years! Yikes! Every time I get to photograph seniors I am reminded how much fun they are to shoot. The energy and…

  • Family Documentary

    Family Documentary: Erieville, NY

    It’s hard to believe that seven years ago I photographed this fun couple’s wedding. It seems like it happened just weeks ago: a perfect sun-filled day, capped with a dance party…

  • Love Stories

    Love Story: Alicia & Ty

    What better place to have the backdrop of a couple’s love story…than the home they share, the future they’ll plan? It’s intimate, meaningful and beautiful! When I look back at old…

  • Weddings

    Liz & Martin: Dibbles Inn Wedding

    I don’t have to remind anyone that couples have been through tremendous stress and heartbreak this year. I could write a book detailing the number of changes Liz and Martin had…

  • Family Documentary

    Family Documentary: New Hartford, NY

    Children are unabashedly silly. They roughhouse. They ham it up. They’re sweet. They have quiet moments. They throw tantrums. ALL of these emotions are honest, beautiful, and, part of every day…

  • Weddings

    Colleen & Bryce: Heritage Hotel Wedding

    I’ve got to admit something I’m not very proud of. Sometimes during the ceremony, I’m so intent on shooting emotions that I can’t remember what was said during the sermon. It’s…

  • Elopements

    Nicole & Stephen: Elopement

    In the middle of a global crisis, they united like never before. Nicole & Stephen stripped down their guest list (to 5!). They abandoned their wedding theme (think Great Gatsby!). Then,…

  • Love Stories

    Love Story: Caroline & Andrew

    Truth: I haven’t blogged an engagement session for over two years. Lately though, I’ve felt re-energized by these sessions and want to share them. We do our best to keep these…

  • Elopements

    Ashley & Matt: Elopement

    I fully acknowledge that our society has experienced terrible times. I recognize that it’d be tone deaf to ignore the worldwide deaths and challenging circumstances. However, I’ve seen some extraordinary things.…