Category Archives: families

babies and bikes and hats, oh my!!

My how time flies. Remember this baby?  Our dear friends that I mentioned in this post  back in May were back in town for a brief visit and I managed to grab a few shots of this little beauty before they headed back to the East Coast. It was an especially fun visit.  It was crazy enough that […]

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downtown L.A. on a sunday

Meet Mr. Personality. This little guy is one of my favorite subjects! I met his family when he was only a few months old several years ago and I’ve had the honor of photographing them every year. I always love seeing them and have such a wonderful time playing with this little guy. He always starts […]

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island girl and flying boy

So the mom of this fabulous  family, Jennifer, is very good friends with the mom in my last post at Temescal Canyon, Elise.  Originally, the two women had approached me about doing a back to back session type of thing at the same location. But as I mentioned below, Elise didn’t really want the beach, but Jennifer really […]

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sticks, pine cones and ladybugs

What  do you get when you mix a misty morning in the woods with two handsome little boys?  Elise, aka Mom, wanted an outdoor shoot but not the beach or anywhere stuffy and a place where her boys could run around and take their shoes off and have fun and be boys.   And play.   And not feel like […]

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grappa and baby bottles

Our longtime friends, David and Alysia, were in town this past weekend for a visit with their new baby.  She is actually five months old but is new to us as it was the first time we met this little beauty. I met Alysia back in 1993 when I was bartending on the Upper West […]

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the 15 month old fashionista

I photographed this little beauty as a surprise Mother’s Day gift for her mommy (set up by her very thoughtful daddy). She is just one of those babies that is dreamy to photograph…plus she has a killer wardrobe for a 15 month old.            

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