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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Every year, lil’ Logan gives me a run for my money…LOL.  I get such a kick outta him!  Logan is family, as his mother is my husband’s cousin.  Christine, I promise to have the boys at our house next time you come over so they can all play! 🙂  I think next time, we should try to do a little inside and outside portraits…hmmm, and maybe get you and Mike in them too????  I promise it will be fun! 😉  I know, I know, I hate being in front of the camera too. 😛 

Here are a couple of my faves from the session:

Logan 1

Logan 2

I’ve known Jess and her family for a few years now and I was thrilled when she contacted me a couple of months ago to schedule another family session.  I had the honor to photograph Shaun’s sister’s wedding back in 2007 and then when Jess & Shaun had their first son, Christopher, I was blessed to capture his newborn photos.  So when I heard that Christopher was now a big brother, I was stoked!!  I had a blast at our session and I really enjoyed the lil’ conversation that Mr. CJ and I had about the color of his room. 😉  LOL 

Hope you enjoy the sneak peek so far!

Jess 1

Jess 2

Jess 3

Jess 4

I remember meeting Diane & John last year before they booked me to photograph their wedding. Hand in hand, a twinkle in their eye and you could just FEEL the love they had for each other. They immediately told me they wanted to include their entire family (children, fiances, grandchild) in their engagement, invited me to their lake house for the engagement session….right off the bat, they were so down to earth that I just adored them from the moment of meeting them.

Diane & John and their immediate family flew out to Hawaii to have their ceremony and when they got back, they had their formals and reception to celebrate the occasion. Here are a bunch of my faves from their wedding day. And their granddaughter (the flowergirl) who couldn’t be cuter!

D 144

D 156

D 181 (wine)

D 252-1 (vig)

D 273 (B&W)

D 282

D 286 (B&W)

D 288 (SS)

D 692 (blur)

D 698

D 708 (B&W)

D 760

I was very excited to hear at the beginning of the year that my cousin, Rich, was engaged to Dawn. The first time I met Dawn, I could tell instantly that she was a very sweet woman, down to earth and she had a 4 yr old son named Liam who has the cutest dimples. 😉

A few weeks ago, they were married at a beautiful church in Pawtucket and their reception was at Lake Pearl Luciano’s in MA. We were able to dodge a lot of the rain to take some pics outside, which was awesome!

Here’s a sneak peek of their wedding of just a few of my favorites:

Dawn 015

Dawn 029

Dawn 050 (vintage w)

Dawn 182

Dawn 210 (B&W)

Dawn 098 (vintage g)

Dawn 342 (SS)

Dawn 393

Dawn 495

Dawn 130 (B&W)

Dawn 514

I recently came across the organization called “Images for A Cure”  ( and as a member of Think Pink Photography, I didn’t hesitate to join.  I knew I had to be a part of this.

Basically, photographers from all around the U.S. are uniting on one day, booking as many sessions as our day & time allows.  With those bookings, 100% of the session fees will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

So, if you’ve been putting off those portrait session for years or months, check out the Images for a Cure website to find a local photographer near you to find out more info.  Of course, if you don’t need a portrait session and would like to donated to the BCRF, you may do that as well.

I’m also very excited to share with you that I am a Featured Photographer for Images for A Cure.  Check out their blog on the write-up as well as other photographers and great info on this organization!