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Who Will See Our Photographs in 100 Years?  Part 2

Who Will See Our Photographs in 100 Years? Part 2

This is the second part of the results of my research in how to preserve our precious photographs. I covered what I have found about preserving our photos digitally in part 1 of this topic. PRINTS: The most secure way to have heirlooms is to physically print our digital images on archival paper. These prints […] See the full post →

Who Will See Our Photographs in 100 Years?

Who Will See Our Photographs in 100 Years?

I have been researching how to preserve our precious photographs. Here is what I have learned. I have divided this information into topics and two blog posts. EDITING: Often we have too many photographs from picture taking times with our children. If we do edits, we are more likely to keep those special cherished moments […] See the full post →

Watching & Photographing How Children Grow

Watching & Photographing How Children Grow

Just last week I attended a talk by Hillary Frank, the host & founder of a series of podcasts for new parents, The Longest Shortest Time. Hillary appeared as a guest of New York City’s perinatal group at City Births. Listening to Hillary speak of the stories that parents bring to her reminded me of […] See the full post →

Family Photos:  Fun at Pier 5 in Brooklyn

Family Photos: Fun at Pier 5 in Brooklyn

With the skyline of Manhattan across the river, the open space at the Brooklyn piers were a wonderful playground for two young sisters and their parents. There is such pleasure in taking time out from our busy lives to play with our children! Here are a few photographs from an afternoon that started with rain […] See the full post →

Photos of a Fabulous Family

Photos of a Fabulous Family

I am catching up on blogging about the wonderful families I have had the privilege of photographing this spring and summer. Here is one family’s photos. I love their spontaneity and togetherness. See the full post →

Photographing Children

Photographing Children

I have been very busy since summer started both with my art series and with photographing families and children. I will be catching up by a few blog posts with current families whom I have had the privilege of being hired to photograph. As with my work as an artist, I have been photographing families […] See the full post →

Photographing Children As They Grow

Photographing Children As They Grow

To see your children grow and become independent beings is the miracle we, as parents, desire and also regret as we see our children move away from us. We can see this in our photographs in the small details of daily life — a swim in the ocean for example. A child first clings to […] See the full post →

Photographing Children As They Grow Up

Photographing Children As They Grow Up

I recently saw two exhibitions which brought home to me the qualities that children possess as they transition between childhood and adulthood. Children absorb all that is around them from their families to the world at large. The wood sculptures of Gerhard Demetz at Jack Shainman Gallery show the gravity of this awareness. Also at […] See the full post →

Blog Post on Lucky Lil' Darlings

Blog Post on Lucky Lil’ Darlings

I am honored to be asked to write a blog post on how to ensure you will have photographs of your loved ones to pass down to your children. It is for Lucky Lil’ Darlings. Lucky Lil’ Darlings is and expert child-sitting and events company with 300 sitters across the US in New York City, […] See the full post →

A Client's Request

A Client’s Request

One of my clients, a make up consultant and proud mother of two boys, has emailed me that the Tisch MS Research Center of New York has received FDA approval for a Clinical Adult Stem Cell Trial. They are raising funds through a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo.com Please spread the word. My client has […] See the full post →