100 days of Summer. Week 1

June 22, 2018  •  1 Comment
This year I am not doing 365 Project, but instead I decided to do 100 days of Summer. The goal is to put together another book. My daughter LOVES her 365 book and looks through it much more often than I expected. And surprisingly it's hubby's favorite as well. So here we go, week one is complete. I am taking a break from blogging client's work and...
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Fatherhood is...

June 15, 2018  •  1 Comment
FATHERHOOD IS... EXHAUSTING UNEXPECTED MULTITASKING HILARIOUS PARTNERS IN CRIME DEEPLY CONNECTED SO MUCH FUN UNCONDITIONAL LOVE ______________ HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!!!
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Day In The Life: before, during and after.

June 07, 2018  •  4 Comments
Last September I had a chance to meet Beth, an incredible mom who runs the Little Kid Big City blog, and to spend half a day documenting the crazy and beautiful life she and her son Willem have. Every day is a new adventure for them as they are "navigating NYC and beyond, one playground at a time". The idea of having a Day In The Life session - in...
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New York Family Photographer {Day In The Life. Lebanon, CT}

June 01, 2018  •  3 Comments
Most of the inquiries that I receive are from families with younger kids, usually under the age of five. I think the main reason is that kids grow and change so much during those first years, it adds a sense of urgency. We want to stop time, to remember their toothless smiles, first steps, tantrums in the grocery store – all the fun things! And the...
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New York Family Documentary Photographer {FPJA awards and stories behind the images}

May 24, 2018  •  4 Comments
About a month ago I was honored to become a member of The Family Photojournalist Association (FPJA). FPJA exists to accredit and promote the expertise of professional family photographers who deploy still photography reportage and documentary authenticity to tell the story of the family. There are certain guidelines and requirements for photograp...
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Brooklyn Event Photographer {A glimpse into our Seagate community. Brookly, NY}

May 17, 2018  •  1 Comment
When I say that we live in Seagate people would often ask "Where is it?". It's interesting that even many of those who live in New York their entire life don't know this neighborhood. Seagate is a gated beach community in Brooklyn, located at the very end of Coney Island. We have a wonderful Jewish community in Seagate and I often volunteer to pho...
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New York Family Photographer {Motherhood Chorus. Part 2}

May 14, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
As one of my clients once said: "When you are a mother, every day is a Mother's Day!" This post is for mothers by mothers. It comes in two parts: first one can be found here, and the second one is today. Enjoy! Families I work with are definitely my biggest source of inspiration! Last week I reached out to some of my favorite moms and asked t...
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New York Family Photographer {Motherhood Chorus. Part 1}

May 10, 2018  •  3 Comments
As one of my clients once said: "When you are a mother, every day is a Mother's Day!" This post is for mothers by mothers. It comes in two parts: first one today and the second one on Monday. Families I work with are definitely my biggest source of inspiration! This week I reached out to some of my favorite moms and asked them to answer two qu...
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New York Family Photographer {Summer Reunion Day In The Life. Catskills, NY}

May 03, 2018  •  4 Comments
Summer… This word itself brings so much joy! Kids work hard all year in school, but I believe that the real learning is often happens during the Summer break. That's when they have time for adventures, for friendships, for getting bored and thus coming up with some amazing projects. That’s also the time to connect with the family by doing things t...
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Brooklyn Family Photographer {Day In The Life. Fort Greene, Brooklyn, NY}

April 26, 2018  •  5 Comments
Sarah, a cookbook author, recipe developer, and co-owner of Kos Kaffe lives in a century old house in Fort Greene, Brooklyn with her husband, two daughters and a big shy dog. This particular Saturday even the two oldest sisters came along for the day, which made it extra special. We did a half Day In The Life session from 7 AM to 1 PM. Soft mornin...
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