Tuesday, November 26, 2013


My dads family grew up with the Hartley family in Long Island. They now have a house along the Delaware River on the New York side, across from my boyfriends house actually. It was so great meeting them all, and as you can see the shoot went amazing. Enjoy!

Guerrero Family

We took these beautiful images on my parents property in Beach Lake. I am so glad I met this family. The kids are adorable, and we had a great time. Enjoy!


This beautiful baby's dad is overseas right now. Very Thankful to him for serving our country.

Monday, November 25, 2013


I've known Maria for a couple years now, I photographed her sisters senior portraits and I did a family portrait of her family a couple summers ago. Her senior shoot was very fun and I was glad to see her and her family again. Enjoy!


We took most of these images at Haley's old house. It was such a beautiful location, and I had such a fun morning with her and her mom. Enjoy!

Your Weekly Green ~ UpCycle

I hope I've been able to show you some of the ways you can live a cleaner, 'greener' life - saving energy, minimizing waste, supporting local business and maybe even saving a little money, too!

For this post I am excited to share a green trend that's rapidly gaining in popularity - UpCycling. In a nutshell, to upcycle is to reuse items that you probably would have thrown away. Turn them into something that you can use and it may be a different purpose then it's original design, which is great because you can get a little creative too.

Take that old trash can that you were going to throw out and use it as a backyard planter. Or use the mason jars that you may have piled up in your basement and make them into soap dispensers or you can even take an old bicycle wheel an make a clock!

The possibilities are endless and even better each step you take continues to help the environment. 

Super cool UpCycled bicycle wheel clock!

Monday, November 18, 2013


I had such a fun shoot with Lauren! We took some of the portrait at Tanners Falls, and I loved that she brought her grandmothers ukulele.  Enjoy!

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Your Weekly Green ~ Great 'Green' Gifts

Holiday shopping is underway and this season you can think about adding a few 'green' gifts to your list!

Giving a basket of fresh produce from your local farmers market is a great gift that also helps supports local business. A donation to a favorite charity or community organization (think library)  is also a wonderful way to share the holiday spirit of giving. Personalized and reusable totes and gift certificates round out some of the more eco-friendly gift options and for your child's teacher why  not consider data storage devices that are available  in a variety of designs and colors and can also help reduce paper waste. 

Thursday, November 7, 2013

The Krupa Family

I LOVE this beautiful family. I've been photographing them Since their oldest was born. We took these images at their new house! The property is incredible! Both of these boys are adorable, I'm so glad to see them grow up!


Here are some images from Jess's senior portraits. Jess, her mother, sister and I took these images at her hunting club, which was Beautiful. It was a awesome fall morning! 

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Your Weekly Green~ Keeping Thanksgiving 'Local'

Thanksgiving is but a few weeks away and I'm sure many families have already begun to plan their feast.
Shopping local when you are planning your holiday is a great way to enjoy a meal that's better for the environment and local businesses.

Local food produced on smaller farms tend to be organic, raised without hormones, pesticides and best of all they are a lot tastier. Vegetarian options have an added benefit if you are watching your wallet. If that alone doesn't sell you, think about all of the fossil fuels saved. It does not use as much resources to transport food when it's grown practically in your own backyard!

Another great tip is to ditch the paper decorations. Why buy when you can run out back and decorate your  table with Fall's festive flowers, pine cones, and leaves?

So this Thanksgiving, don't forget to explore your backyard, local farms and markets and help Mother Nature while you're at it! 


Courtney is such a beautiful girl. We took these images in Lake Ariel, around her property and friends lake house. She brought me to this old church, which was super beautiful. The church is in the background of the 3rd and 4th pictures. Enjoy!