Tag Archives: connecticut family photographer

This collaboration has been a long time coming! What began as an idea seed sparked a passionate conversation last November and resulted in what you will see below. Sara, my good friend from Growing Tree Photography had expressed her desire to have family photos done. I couldn’t have been more excited to photograph her family…

I have been photographing Ayden since he was 6 weeks old! He is as sweet and charming as ever and now he has a new baby sister whom he loves dearly!   Ayden is a little computer wiz!! It’s such a pleasure watching your babies grow you guys!!! Thank you! xo, Katie

strength + endurance + a touch of crazy = Huge Accomplishment! His strength and dedication have always impressed me. But on Mother’s Day this year my husband really knocked it out of the park by challenging himself to compete in the Tough Mudder at Mt. Snow. Chris and a bunch of other people from our…

This is my son. Please don’t tell him this is strange. He’s usually the only kid willing to be photographed when I need something. He was a willing participant last week when I needed to wrap a cherry blossom wreath around his head. I think he is beautiful. My sister thinks it’s weird. Charlie was…

There were no words in the email. Just two words in the subject line and a little movie attached. “Thank You,” the subject line said. That’s it. I had no idea what to expect and frankly, I was a little afraid. I had just done family photos for this family, and sent them the digital…

I feel like I have lived two lives. My life before photography and my life after. In my pre-photography days (aka: before I had a relatively nice camera and put some real thought into my photos) I took photos of everything and everyone. Some photos were blurry, some weren’t. Some photos were meaningless and some…

I am so honored to know that Krystina trusted me with her beautiful pregnant self. Though it wasn’t easy for her at first, she had faith in my requests and suggestions and did an absolutely amazing job in front of the camera. Let’s face it, being pregnant is hard – we grow and expand emotionally…

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