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Posts tagged family photography
Wedding Anniversary Session: Photographer Review
 

“Kate spent the afternoon with us for our anniversary celebration at Langdon Hall; she took photos of our family, including two small children and our dog.

We are extremely pleased with the photos — I think Kate’s photography speaks for itself in terms of the outstanding quality — but it is also great working with Kate, both before, during and after the event.

Kate does a tremendous job from beginning to end: she takes the time to discuss what the plan for the shoot is, but she also comes up with great ideas on the day, to take advantage of the location, modify the plans to accommodate everyone’s needs (particularly the moods/attention spans of the children and the dog). She is able to take fantastic photos while being relaxed, easy-going and patient with everyone. She always makes herself available, both before and after the event to answer questions and make sure that the photos turn out exactly as you want. Her pricing is fair and transparent and she makes the photos available shortly after the event.

I should also mention that Kate does a superb job with the photo books. The final product is such a wonderful keepsake that the whole family keeps coming back to it.

I highly recommend Kate and personally look forward to having Kate take photos of our family again in the future.”

– Diana & Phil

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And click here to see the photos from Diana & Phil's 10 year wedding anniversary!

 
2014 Year in Review
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I often hear myself telling people, "I have the best job in the world" ...So, yesterday I compiled a slideshow of images I shot in 2014, and it's confirmed: I do have the best job in the world! The exercise of making a 2014 year-in-review struck me with a simple truth: we are surrounded by love. I know, I know - so cheesy. Well, I don't care! It is true, and it's beautiful. Once you see all the things I witnessed in one year - the faces, the laughter, the tears, the eyes with that spark of light - of hope - from the very first days after birth to the late years of a great-grandfather... You'll feel it too.

Life is a collection of fleeting moments. All we can ask is to notice them as they happen. To feel our feelings and not be numb. To shriek with laughter, to cry from sheer joy, and to confront the crush of sadness - the loss inevitably tied to love, that knowledge that someday life will take the ones we let ourselves love. This year I learned something else though. (And now you'll Really think I've gone off my rocker.) We are together. 

We are in this crazy world, humans all sharing our lives. And so we are connected, not alone. So go ahead - feel the things that hurt so good in your heart, and let them be. I am with you. And let me see you - let the world see you - it's okay to be afraid. Because something amazing could happen: I could love you.

I already do.

I feel so so incredibly privileged to experience these deeply personal moments with the people around me. Thank you to each and every glowing soul who shared a part of your life story with me in 2014. I wish you adventures, love, and even more laughter for 2015!!