The photos I love the most from my chlldhood are the ones where I'm making a face that looks just like me. Or maybe it's a moment of unposed tenderness: my mom reading a bedtime story to three of us, rosy cheeked and in PJs.
“The job of the photographer, in my view, is not to catalogue indisputable fact but to try to be coherent about intuition and hope.” – Robert Adams
Let's take a field trip: Jamaica Bay, Riis beach, the botanic garden, a quiet path in the park. Or we can start in your home, read a book in a window-lit armchair and take a walk to your neighborhood playground.
After the session you'll receive an edited selection of high quality, full resolution files on a secure website from which you can share, download or order professional prints. We can talk about a photo book. (We are all drowning in streams of on-screen images. It is so special to have something to page through and pass to friends and family.)
“Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again.” Henri Cartier Bresson