Posts Tagged ‘Clifton Park child photographer’

I know, I know, I said I was only taking maternity, newborn, and baby sessions this year.  I do have a couple of sessions over the next little bit that were requested as long ago as last spring, and despite the fact that there’s already a bit of a waddle to my pregnant step, I am so grateful for the chance to get outside and shoot again.  What can I say about this amazing family?  Just that I love them to pieces.  Over the past few years, our families have become such good friends and I know my family is going to be so sad when they leave for their next adventure.  On top of that, I have had the extreme pleasure of watching this family grow over the years, from their stunning mama, to sweet baby girl here, here, and here, and even big brother and sister.

We decided to shoot at one of my favorite locations–Lindsey’s Orchard in the midst of apple blossom season.  Scheduling these sessions can be so tricky since the flowers only last a few days and springtime weather in New York is unpredictable at best.  Usually, I just have to stalk to orchard and when I see flowers, we set up the session for the next day or two.  It worked out perfectly this year.  So we headed out for some fun:).



I don’t know what Dad said here, but I am guessing it was pretty good:).





Guys, thanks for a perfect evening!

When sweet baby Charlotte and big brother Henry walked in my door yesterday, I knew I was in for a day of some serious cuteness.  It’s hard when you’re two and your place as the baby must be given to someone else, but Henry did such a great job.  And what can I say about Charlotte?  Perfection:).

Baby Charlotte, 10 days:





Charlotte, you are too cute for words.   Henry, thanks for keeping track of my Smarties for me:).

So, I have been so excited for William’s 9-month session.  I love every single newborn session I have the privilege to shoot, but every now and then I get one that just stays with me, and William’s was one of those.  He was such a sleepy, content, BEAUTIFUL newborn that I couldn’t wait to see him again.  Let’s just say he didn’t disappoint.  He was just as easy and happy as a 9-month old as he was easy and mellow as a 10-day old.  I had so much fun, and I think he did too:).

William, 9 months:


A rare non-smile for variety’s sake:).



Little William, it was a pleasure–see you in a few months!

I owe this darling family a real sneak peek, and it’s coming, but here’s a little taste of what’s to come to tide them over:).


I had so much fun the other night, guys!  More fun goodness to come!

When Max pulled up to the orchard for his 3-year portrait session, I fell in love instantly.  I mean, how could you not?  Those big eyes, those gorgeous curly locks, that insatiable three-year old need to be constantly on the go — such a challenge and always so much fun!  I am not sure I have ever seen so much personality in such a little body, and I loved every minute:).

Max, 3 years:





Max, it was a delight to meet you–thanks for keeping me safe from the Hulk!