Family Portrait at War Memorial Park in West Bridgewater, MA

I’m starting to think I should rent an apartment in West Bridgewater.  I have been to War Memorial Park so many time in the past year!  It really is no surprise that so many people request to do photos there.  It’s a gorgeous little spot with so many cool places for photos in a very small area.  Win, Win!  I know Mom is very excited to see these photos!  We got a quick cousins picture first and then concentrated on the family photos.  These guys were lively to say the least, but we managed to get some great shots!

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Family Portrait at Rocky Point – RI Family Portrait Photogarphy

Fall is one of my favorite seasons.  The weather is perfect, the scenery is gorgeous and I get to see all my favorite clients!  These guys are no exception.  I first met this family when big brother was 6 months old and now he is in Kindergarten!  Now he has some competition for the spotlight.  I have to say little bro was posing and smiling like it was his job!  I’m in love with this session!  The light was gorgeous and it doesn’t hurt that everyone in this family is so darn good looking!  Can’t wait to see you all next year!

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Family Portrait in CT – CT Portrait Photography

More and more I hear myself saying “I did their engagement session, wedding, maternity, etc photos”.  I must sound like a broken record.  I mention it again and again because it truly is an honor to be able to capture these precious moments for my clients.  The word is overused nowadays but I do feel blessed.  It seems like forever ago that I met Mom and Dad to discuss the possibility of shooting their wedding.  I am so happy they chose to hire me for that amazing day and continue to have me take photos of their family.  When you have that kind of history with people they become more than clients.  I consider them my friends.

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Family Portrait in Roger Williams Park – RI Photographer

How do you repay your child’s teacher for all they do? I honestly can’t begin to figure out how.  My son was in Pre-K last year and we were so fortunate to have two of the best people taking care of him while he was there.  They snuggled with him at rest time, calmed him down when he got hurt, helped him to be a good friend to his peers and made him love and enjoy going to school.  How can I even begin to say thank you for that?!  These pictures certainly can’t come close, but it’s the least I can do.  Thanks for taking care of my baby, Miss Tracy!

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