We had such a sweet reunion with Rohan after three years and loved meeting his little brother Dev!
Rohan, then at 6-months and now at 3 years.
And with brother Dev & family. Love! x, ing
* You can see more of our favorites from our Then & Now series here!
Baby Isla, then & now…from 4 months to first birthday, with big brother James.
We love watching you grow Isla!
The best part of my job is when I get to look back over the years we’ve been in our studio in Jersey City and see all the kids that have grown up right alongside us. Continue reading “Then & Now Summer 2016 | Jersey City NJ Newborn Photographer”
Photograph your adorable 14-month old boy/girl twins, you say? Yes please! I love that these pics of Kabir and Yashmeen were also for their modeling book – with their huge brown eyes, soft round cheeks and luscious hair I have no doubt these two are going to be little superstars. Gorgeous!
Our Winter Wonderland portrait mini-session event benefitting JC Moms’ Hurricane Sandy Relief was a success! We raised over $2,000 which will help families in our community get back on their feet after the hurricane. Thank you to everyone who participated. I loved meeting so many families from the neighborhood and taking photographs of all these sweet faces!
I hope everyone is staying safe in the aftermath of the storm and getting their power and phones back. I now have a new appreciation for a working refrigerator to feed the boys! In the spirit of Halloween, here are some of my favorite pics from last week’s HPNA Halloween Parade and the performance of “The Boy Who Cried Werewolf” from JC Children’s Theater which was such a hit. Happy Halloween!
When my friend Carrie asked me to take pics of her boys and their two boy cousins, all under the age of 6, I knew all kinds of fun would be in store. To get four little boys posed together for a family shot with their grandparents – no problem! :) We met at Kelsey Creek Farm in Bellevue, Washington which is full of amazing spots to get pics, not to mention farm animals, grassy fields and playgrounds. The kids were so adorable…and such boys!
Carrie and her family are very involved with the JRDF Walk to Cure Diabetes which raised over $85 million last year towards Type 1 Diabetes research. If you are in Seattle, you’re sure to see them at the JRDF ‘Beat the Bridge’ event every year. The University Bridge is raised during the race and the goal is to beat the raising of the bridge. (Btw, if you don’t beat the bridge, there is a band and prizes for those who get “caught”. After a few minutes, the bridge goes back down, and everyone gets to finish. Whew!) Thanks for all you do Carrie – and for such a fun photo shoot with your family!
Carrie and her youngest. Too cute.
Carrie’s sis-in-law Berit and her adorable baby boy!