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Typical New England. Rainy and raw one week, then sunny and sweltering the next. It’s a good thing Brody is so darn cute — I felt like I was standing on the surface of the sun during his shoot, but he stayed totally cool and happy and awesome. Lindy and Billy are so fun and…

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There’s an Annie Leibovitz quote that I use on my website: “The thing that you see in my pictures is that I was not afraid to fall in love with these people”; nowhere is this more genuine than with the families who allow me to document the first year of their babies’ lives. I meet…

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Three days of sun. I believe we have ignition. Turn it UP.

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I was so happy to see the sunshine on Saturday; after a solid week of rain, I was finally going to have a shoot on schedule, on the beach, with sunlight. WRONG. About 20 minutes before Mike and Kristen were scheduled to meet me in the harbor, a big thick marine layer rolled in and…

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I have had to reschedule FIVE shoots this week due to this ridiculous weather. That’s a lot of extra time for sitting at my desk watching YouTube videos. (About photography, of course.) Fortunately, weddings go on despite the weather, and last weekend I had the enormous privilege of tagging along with the amazing Bob Pattison…

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My first apartment in San Francisco was a sunny second-floor railroad flat in Noe Valley. We had a great back porch and lots of light throughout, with the exception of one window in the master bedroom that looked out over an outdoor space in the center of all the surrounding buildings. It was a narrow,…

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Last summer I photographed Muffy’s extended family; since then she’s been wanting to do something a little more intimate, and so last week she and her two amazing daughters met with me in a field of spring wildflowers and we had a wonderful time. (photographers note: I strayed from my normal workflow and processed these…

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Jenna and I traded about three million voicemails before we connected to talk about doing a newborn session for her upcoming baby boy. With every missed call I was afraid the kid would be born, eating, and walking before we were finally able to pin down a day. At last we talked, and a few…

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prana |ˈpränə| noun: Hinduismbreath, considered as a life-giving force. ORIGIN: Sanskrit. There’s a technique that my Yin teacher uses to help us wage gentle battle against the aches and pains that arise while holding postures for a particularly long time. She urges us to use ujjayi breathing to “wash the area with fresh prana” —…

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