I'm super excited to have written an article for a site that helped me grow tremendously as a photographer: Digital Photography School! Check it out, it's all about photographing your child's firsts. Lots of tips and info to get you started or even help you capture the little ones in your extended family. Tips for … Continue reading Photographing Your Child’s Firsts at Digital Photography School
When I was asked to put together a white background for an indoor winter photo session for my first ever and longest client, I was a bit nervous, but I was going to rise to her request! I usually shoot newborn portraits indoors, and other portraits outdoors (aside from my own personal shoots). When it … Continue reading DIY: Studio Backdrop Stand with PVC Pipes for $20
Chris never gets any credit for the work he does during the weddings he's assisted me on. Without him, I probably wouldn't have been able to get a lot of the gorgeous portraits I have over the years, nor the family groups together and lined up so nicely. In an ode to Chris, here's a … Continue reading The best photography assistant.
Abbey and Jay had a beautiful day for their wedding on Sunday. The sky was clear and it felt like a summer beach day. The boardwalk was busy with well wishers as we walked down to the Watermark from the Berkeley Hotel. So much to say about this fantastic day, but I'll let the photos … Continue reading Abbey + Jay’s Wedding at the Watermark in Asbury Park
Lots of things on my mind lately, but today is a rest day - so I'm doing my very best to rest and not get a day ahead in my running plan. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.// life // The essence of Fatherhood Zen Habits 20 things you need not to do … Continue reading A rest day and a tiny “Something for the Weekend”