Each summer, the Van Ness family travels to Little Cranberry Island, where they spend their days breathing in the fresh ocean air, and taking bike rides down to the beach. But they don’t always end up being there at the same time, so on this unique occasion where the entire family was going to be together, they invited me to come and capture a small piece of their paradise in Maine.
Prom is an exciting and fun time for High School Juniors and Seniors! I think we all remember our experience of going to Prom in High School, it’s almost a rite of passage for teenagers, and a loved tradition!
I love that Nicole and Cody asked me to come to their home in Hermon, Maine, to photograph their 8 week old daughter, Addison.
Although I was a little nervous about doing a beach session in the middle of October, this family pulled it off beautifully! I love their classic, coordinating style, and we lucked out with a beautiful day with the perfect light!
I was so excited to see baby Margarite again for this photo session! I did their maternity session last year, and then I had the honor of photographing sweet baby Margarite when she arrived in the hospital! Now, she is a happy and bubbly 8 month old, and it is obvious that she is the light of her parent’s lives!
A few weeks ago, I was driving past City Hall in Augusta and saw these blooming (what I think are) apple blossom trees out front! It was just a small row of them, surrounded by a busy street and a full parking lot, but I knew once I got in there, that we could make some magic happen!
There was a calmness in the air on Kaleb and DeEtte’s wedding day. Planning a small, intimate gathering of their closest family and friends, there wasn’t a lot of rushing around, or a strict timeline. Kaleb sent DeEtte roses while she was at the salon getting her hair done. DeEtte got ready in a small room in the church with her Mom and her best friend. They were torn between laughing and crying. Once all the guests were inside, we stepped outside for a moment to do a first look with her Dad. The look on his face was pure joy and pride.