Category Archives: Family Documentary

Family Documentary: Utica, NY

I got to hang out with a family celebrating the first year with their smart and adventurous baby girl! Family documentary is a 100% unposed, authentic view of what life is like during this fleeting time. This happy 1-year-old is just starting to walk and get into things! Sidenote: how can babies sense danger so […]

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Family Documentary: Deerfield, NY

The highlight of my 2019 so far? Hanging with a wonderful family who just welcomed a newborn! Plus, since this family has a new home, the space plays out like a character, years from now they can remember all of the different nooks! These past couple of years, I’ve encouraged my families to invite grandparents […]

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Family Documentary: Utica, NY

What if, decades from now, you could be transported to your life today. What if you could witness the family routine, see the furniture that filled a house you no longer live in. What if you were able to see that old gym where your kids learned basketball and remember with great clarity all of […]

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Family Documentary: Vernon, NY

It is a privilege and an honor to be welcomed into people’s homes. A family’s private space where the most intimate moments occur. A place where a family legacy unfolds, minute by minute. Here are some favorites from a recent holiday documentary. No poses. No direction. Just authentic daily life from a fun family of […]

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The Perfectly Unposed Movement

There are routines that happened during my childhood that must have repeated themselves a hundred times. At night, my mother would read to me religiously, but she was the one taking pictures so she’s not in a lot of photos. After school, the bus dropped me off at my grandparent’s house and I would sit […]

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