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Monday
May052014

The Hamilton's V

I'm always honored and excited to photograph the Hamilton's. This was the fifth time and I can't believe how big the boys are getting!

They're always a bundle of laughs and such troopers when I ask them to pose in graffitied tunnels and abandoned dilapidated houses, not to mention scramble around in reed fields.

We shot this on a sunny Easter weekend in Oakville, Ontario. It wouldn't be a Hamilton shoot without some awesome props, right? Check out the seriously adorable Easter eggs made by the family! We also brought along a giant chocolate soccer ball which the boys discovered during the shoot....

Thanks for the always GOOD TIMES, love you guys xoxo

 

Thursday
Apr102014

Meet Baby Julian!

It wasn't too long ago that my friend Alaina was expecting a little bundle of joy...and in the last couple of weeks he arrived! Read Alaina's incredible and beautiful birth story and then come along to meet the sweetest two-week old Julian Andel...

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Thursday
Jan162014

India: Delhi: Red Fort

Here's a Throwback Thursday to the time when we visited the famed Red Fort in Delhi, at the perfect time of the day: magic hour....aka sunset and just imaging the Mughal emperors of India living here...

Here I am capturing the shot below for Instagram:

 

Thursday
Mar282013

Boston: L.J. Peretti Co. Tobacconists & Cigar Merchants

Location:

2 1/2 Park Sq, Boston, MA 02116

http://www.ljperetti.com

Sounding like something out of Harry Potter, with the 2 1/2 Park Sq address, L.J Peretti's is a new discovery, for me, but an institution in Boston, having been in the city for over 140 years and has seen the likes of Bing Crosby, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.

Alan and Ginnie, who I introduced to you before in Amsterdam, were visiting with us in Boston last week, and Ginnie stumbled upon L.J Peretti's on one of her walks and wanted to take Alan (a pipe smoker and tobacco connoisseur) there.

Naturally, I wouldn't miss seeing a new (to me) place in Boston. I felt like I was in a Diagon Alley world!

Where the tabacco gives an earthy-ness to the air and the lingering puffs of smoke hover lazily above. Where a smartly dressed man smokes a cigar in the afternoon, sitting on a leather chair that is both sturdy and familiar. Where tins of tobacco and hand-made briar pipes line the walls and cigar boxes blanket every last inch of the counter.

The star of the show, though, are the brass scales. As classic as you can get! 

I'm not a smoker, but after stepping into this historic society, I wanted to be a part of its world...and of course, anything with a "Co." in its name is a friend of mine!

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Friday
Dec212012

This is London, Day 2: The Changing of the Guard

An addendum to this post is: The Changing of the Guard and Not Being Able to See the Changing of the Guard.

Thus photographs of what I was able to see.

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