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New York Wedding Photographer: Julie and Stephan’s Troy Engagement

The last thing you expect in your mid-twenties is to be given a cancer diagnosis from the doctors. The best thing that can come from this is that you get closer to your loved ones, you beat the demons and you thrive at the end of it all. This is such a large part of Julie and Stephan’s story and through all the hard times, Julie stayed by Stephan’s side, helped him through the original diagnosis just a year after meeting, worked through the treatments and hours spent at the hospital with him and stronger they became. These days Stephan is cancer free (!!) and they continue their super active lifestyle of hiking or skiing most weekends, running ungodly amounts of miles through their city of Troy, and then enjoying some craft beers and decent nosh at the local restaurants. Most couples can’t yet so they’ve gone through something so trying, but I’d say these two and their families have a ton to celebrate and I can’t wait for their Lake Placid wedding this October!

 

 

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Boston Family Photographer: Welcoming Baby Greta

Older siblings are never fully sure of newer arrivals, with the new sounds and smells that come along with them and the attention from mom and dad they used to have a monopoly over. I could tell Spencer was a loving big brother to baby Greta, but add in the factor of the strange lady with the big camera and he wasn’t always completely sure. He did a fair share of hamming it up for the camera though, and although he mostly admired Greta from afar, he had some sweet moments with her that proved to us that he was indeed a caring big brother.

 

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Boston Family Photographer: Welcoming Baby Reagan

Photographing weddings is a huge part of my business, but photographing families and babies is something that brings me such great joy. This is especially so when it is one of my couples!

Rob and Sarah got married a couple years ago and when they reached out with the news that they were expecting a baby girl, I was ecstatic! We planned for their session at their home in Boston, they outfitted Meatball with a “big brother” bandana, the nursery was staged oh-so-perfectly, and Ms. Reagan batted those enormously beautiful eyelashes at me for an hour. My heart is warm.

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