Christina Shines

Would you want to go back to high school?  I would – but only if it was for my Senior year…and only armed with the knowledge and wisdom that I have today! Christina will be a Senior this year….and she shines.  Her smile took over the park as we photographed her. Christina has one of…

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Emily Shines

I photographed Emily almost a year ago and am in wonder, once again at her poise and presence in front of the camera.  This time around we stayed inside for more studio type images.  Every image, I am amazed at her eyes – they really become the focal point of many of her shots. I…

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Check out Rob

Meet Rob who is starting his senior year at Ridge High.  Rob and I walked through downtown Basking Ridge and found some pretty cool places to photograph him. Rob has a great smile and a very easy-going way about him.  I like some of our shots in the serious mode – you’ll see some smiles…

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Meet Allison

Allison just graduated college.  I had the opportunity to photograph her at a beautiful historical site in Berkeley Heights – it is called Littell Lord Farmstead.  There are two houses on the site dating back to the 1750’s.  I loved the white clapboard building and the stone – beautiful backdrops for a beautiful girl. The museum,…

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Congratulations Ellen!

Just before the heat wave arrived, I had the privilege of photographing a pre-graduation family portrait.  Despite Ellen’s broken toe…she agreed to forge on through the garden to this beautiful stone wall – I just love the colors!  I loved the way the afternoon sun was hitting her face.  Does she look happy to be…

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A Perfect Day in the Park

It started out as a perfect Saturday and ended with some fabulous pictures of a beautiful young lady named Emily!  This first image was taken at a historical building in Basking Ridge. Then we headed to Willow Wood Park in Chester.  It is a photographer’s dream location!  As we walked through the park, we found…

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