Tag Archives: family

Changes

Life is always and obviously full of changes – both planned and unplanned – and at almost 30, I feel like mine has been undulating with upheaval for the last five years especially. It feels strange to turn and face it to find I moved to New Mexico, lived in a trailer in the desert, […]

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As Luck Would Have It

I always feel so lucky and surprised to meet and grow to know the people that I meet. And Jackson, Suzanna, and Adam are no exception. We met first when I photographed Jackson last November as a chubby, twinkle-eyed little acorn that scooted around on his butt and screamed with delight at the sight of […]

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Uncontrolled Perfection

If your family is anything like mine, it is tightly knit, spread and spiderwebbed like a tapestry, knotted, beautiful, and warm, with soft threads from constant use. Also, it is full of stains from grubby fingers and flour dust from making homemade pierogis. I am one of 24 first cousins (all but two of them […]

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Beanzo

At Brooklyn Bridge Park on one of the first warm days this spring, I photographed the Dary Family, Jen, Chris, and Noah. Oh, Bean. What a light-filled little lad! You are sunshine in peanut form. Noah was the first chitlin that I nannied for after I moved to Brooklyn, and from five months to 1.5 […]

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Supreme Moments

(9/14/13) It is a special kind of clean to soak off the grubby sweat and dirt from seven long hours in the car with a bubbling hot tub, then dive in a cold pool and later shower off the chlorine. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – […]

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