Sunday, September 29, 2013

Capture the Moments

For her Bat Mitzvah we created an album for one of our favorite clients.  She and her sibs have been guests of the studio since they were small children.  I tease this beautiful young lady that I used to have to bribe her with a lollipop to get her to stay in one place and not cry!

With her sparkling blue eyes and relaxed manner, she was an eager model--her devoted sister helped her with her make-up and hair and her mom was there to cheer her on--and the results are heirloom portraits that celebrate an important rite in her life. 

Sunday, September 22, 2013


Memories of childhood fade so quickly, so we were thrilled to create heirloom images for the parents of these adorable cuties!  Celebrate your family and start a tradition of portraiture that your kids will pass down to your grandchildren someday......... 

Sunday, September 15, 2013

4 Legged Friends!

We even photographed four-legged creatures!  Our dogs' mama won a session which we had donated for a worthy cause at RBARI (Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc), the no-kill pet shelter (where I volunteer to take the adoption pictures for all the new dogs that come in through surrender, as strays, or rescued from puppy mills).

We had a wonderful time with these two, who enjoyed posing (of course the treats they received for sitting nicely was a total bonus for them!) together and individually for their close up!! 

Monday, September 9, 2013

Beautiful Family

Since he was in his mama's tummy, we have been photographing this little guy.  He has grown up in our studio because his mom and dad realize how important portraiture is to hold onto the past as their son follows the inevitable pathway of growth and maturity.

There is a new addition with four legs and we welcomed him to our yearly family portrait--boy and dog had a wonderful time! 

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Too Cute For Words

This little cutie pie was so full of expression and happiness that we decided to create a template that her Momma can hang on the wall!  And of course Grandma had to have a copy, too!