Category Archives: family photography

Trask Family: Central PA Family Photographer

Abby contacted me and shared that her father, only 52, is in the final stages of the terminal disease ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), is paralyzed from the neck down and is on a ventilator (this happened to him quickly, over the span of less than 3 years). They had no family photos together and would like to capture this time together before he loses the ability to smile or succumbs to the horrible disease.

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Philadelphia Family Photographer: Rowan’s first birthday 30th Street

You may remember Kyrie and Andrew from their amazing country wedding here— it’s hard to believe, but their little Rowan is already one year old, so we met at the 30th street station in Philadelphia to capture this little man’s big day.  Rowan was able to explore the station, people watch (he is *very* charming), watch a train speed […]

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Family Portrait Photographer: Amanda and Nelson Are Expecting!!!

If you are a regular follower on my blog, you may remember Amanda and Nelson,  as I have photographed their engagement, wedding, and engagement/weddings of family members too, so they have made quite a few appearances here… what a pleasure it was for me to capture the next big moment in their lives as they anticipate their family growing to include Analisa. […]

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Chambersburg Family Portrait Photographer: Charlie & Baby Alexia

You may remember Charlie and her mom, Laurie, from their family’s maternity shoot a few months ago, here.  The “bump” is now baby Alexia and she is one of the cutest and sweetest babies I have ever seen!   Charlie still loves to dress up and has the same energetic, vibrant personality– what a beautiful family!  It […]

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Shippensburg Family Photographer: Meet the Yarwood Family

If you aren’t taken in by their British accents, you would be charmed by their warm demeanor, witty sense of humor and genuine kindness.  I have known John for some time as he works at the local Family Practice and has seen my family at our worst: caught up with flu, infection, and even a broken foot– and brought us […]

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