Category Archives: Family Documentary

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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Family Documentary: Old Forge, NY

The enduring memories of any family are often the activities that happen repeatedly. It could be baking cookies or swimming at a nearby pond. One of the things that draws me to documentary photography most is the honesty of it all. (It’s also why I don’t do the, “let’s go to a park, all dressed […]

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Family Documentary: Monroe, NY

A family celebrated their beautiful girl’s Baptism and I was honored to follow them around, capturing unique relationships and connection! There is nothing sweeter than relatives traveling from all over the country for a big event, packed with smiles, hugs and wonderful moments! I started at the family’s house for the getting ready, then joined […]

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Family Documentary: Boston, MA

I am continually thankful for families who allow me to capture how their life really is. The worn furniture, the mismatched clothes, the toys in the crevices of a well-lived home. It’s beautiful. It’s real. To me, family isn’t dressing in matching outfits, going to a place you’ve never been and posing on a velvet […]

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