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I’m not sure when it began, exactly, but I’ve arrived at that stage of life when you begin to refer to people as “so and so’s grandkid.” If you haven’t reached … more
It started simply enough. A hair clipper plugged into the bathroom outlet to be used, a quick haircut, and then the clipper was forgotten. As a family we each left for the day to do whatever it was … more
Asking a wedding photographer to rank favorite weddings is like asking a parent to rank favorite children. It just can’t be done…or at least should not be done publicly. I love all the … more
It’s that time of year when the store shelves are filled with all things spooky — ghosts, zombies, goblins, witches ... and black cats. If you’re thinking one of these things … more
Over the years, I’ve shot hundreds of weddings. First weddings. Second weddings. I even shot a fourth wedding once. And every single time, I marvel at the willingness of two people to come … more
Tell me if this sounds familiar. The first time you had to fill out a W2 or a W9, you just stared at the blank page before you like you’d been given a code without the cypher. Don’t … more
I expected to be sad on the first day of school. This is how it’s always been as summer has faded into fall and late night movies have given way to early morning wake-ups. What I … more
Two thousand three hundred forty. That’s how many days a kid, the average kid, spends in a k-12 school building. Granted, there aren’t nearly as many of these buildings now as there … more
Ever done research before a vacation and stumbled on a slew of tips on how to enjoy your intended destination like a local? How to eat like a local. How to shop like a local. How to relax like a … more
It's been a few years since the meet the teacher night when I wandered through the Sullivan West High School dripping in sweat and fanning myself with the school-supplied map to the classrooms, … more
I had it all planned out. The Saturday morning would be quiet — my daughter at work, my husband relaxing from a long week — and I could finally sit down to plow through photo edits … more
I butchered my husband’s beard. This was never the plan. The plan was just a bit of control for the mass of hair sprouting from cheeks and chin. These months of living 6 feet apart have … more
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