Summer seemed to come late this year to the mountains and we are all a little wistful as we say goodbye to the warm evenings by the lake. I love everything about summer in the Adirondacks; maybe when it cold and snowy for so many months in the North, we cherish our summers a little bit more. Sabrina and Shai’s portrait session captured the essence of summer from the smell of damp earth after a thunderstorm to dipping your toes into the lake on a hot day.
Lauren loved the photographs from one of my previous session in the Catskill Mountains but we decided that was a little too far to travel! We decided on a location in Essex that I have been wanting to photograph at for a year now. I was so glad they were up for trying something new with me! I think their adventurous spirit paid off big time, because I just LOVE their photographs : )
We met Brittany and Brett at their home in Keene, and was welcomed by a flock of chickens and their dog Sugar! If we ever get another dog I am totally stealing the name Sugar! So cute! We followed them up a winding dirt road to Brett’s families home that sits on the side of the mountain over looking the valley. The view was absolutely stunning to say the least! Read more…
I am so glad that Lauren and Chris made the time in their incredible busy schedules to have their family photography session with me! It can be so hard to find the time especially when we all have such busy schedules and lives! The Saugerties Lighthouse is a gorgeous location and we made the most of the beautiful early morning light to capture some beautiful photographs!
I was so honored to photograph Becca’s maternity session on a beautiful little pond outside of Saranac Lake, NY. We had a great time just enjoying the beautiful light and taking some amazing photographs. Some of my favorite photographs from the session are the ones where she standing on the dock with beautiful light surrounding her.
“Love your family. Spend time, be kind & serve one another. Make no room for regrets. Tomorrow is not promised & today is short.”