I spent a wonderful Saturday afternoon in June with Sue Murphy of Des Rochers Real Estate Professionals.
In Sue’s own words and personal pledge: “I know that buying or selling a home is more than a transaction. It’s a life changing experience and I take great pride in the relationships I have and always work relentlessly on the client’s behalf to help them achieve their real estate goals.”
Sue it was a pleasure working with you! Thanks for contacting PBWI for updating your real estate images and overall portfolio!
I met Laura several years ago when she reached out to me about purchasing some images that I had photographed of her son, Paul, earlier that year. Paul had done some modeling for me and he was an early supporter of my work. He played a small role in helping me define my photographic style and the type of photography I wanted to put out there for public viewing. I had dabbled in conceptual art photography for a while, but I did a complete 360, and fell in love with family and high school senior portraiture. There was something about capturing the family connection and the family story. It stayed with me and I haven’t turned back since.
Jump ahead a few more years and once again I met up with Paul for a reunion of sorts, and we discussed doing some head shots for his social media outlets. This time I told him to make sure he shared the gallery with his mother.
Laura ended up reaching out to me once again and requested a separate portrait session for her daughter, Jenn, and also a family portrait session. I was thrilled to oblige and happy that she was familiar with and loved my work. It was great to meet Paul’s sister and his father too. I was invited to their home and we shot these beautiful images in their backyard. The location was stunning and lovely to wander through.
Can I say that I’m one lucky photographer to meet such a wonderful family! Thanks to Paul for connecting and bringing us all together.
I’m so excited for Jenn. She will be graduating this month summa cum laude from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Management and Policy and a minor in Psychology.
Jenn has a passion for interacting with people from all walks of life. Her career choices are endless and I look forward to staying in touch with her and hear about all her accomplishments!
This session was a joy to photograph! Jenn’s dress and style was just gorgeous for this lifestyle portrait session at her home. With eyes as green as emeralds; I barely needed to add any catch-lights.
I love the nontraditional headshot. These head shots were created with indoor window lighting in mind. We also photographed Paul outdoors for a unique corporate portfolio.
If you’d like to try something a little different for your next headshot contact PBWI! You will receive ten different shots and poses to add to your website, Linkedin, Instagram or Business Facebook page. Be different and show your clients who you really are. Alternate the images to showcase both your professional and casual style.
Nola, our child model, and her mom Whitney, came out and spent time with me and two other photographers on a fall November day for a styled photo session. The whimsical location, located in Chelmsford, MA, and Nola’s angelic presence inspired us all.
The late afternoon temperature was slightly cool, but bearable. When it got too cold for Nola to stand-still and wait on us to change our settings, we encouraged Nola to run around in order to warm-up. This always brought smiles to our faces because Nola really enjoyed this part of the photo shoot tremendously.
This little girl is so talented. Nola and her brother Coe played the MacDuff children in the Harvard production of Macbeth. Whitney told me they were both so thrilled to hang out with the college kids. Nola has been in three Shakespearean plays so far and her mom told me Nola loves the challenge.
When she’s not acting Nola plays soccer, lacrosse, and loves skiing with her family. She loves the outdoors and has always been super active. She’s also a huge Harry Potter fan. I loved learning that Nola always has her nose in a book—once she starts—her mom stated, she can’t put the book down. Now that’s a girl after my own heart!
Lastly, her mom mentioned that Nola told her she wants to be a veterinarian someday. Her dog, Gravy, is a beautiful brown Borador, which is a mix between a Border Collie and a Labrador Retriever. Nola is reading the book ‘Chaser’ which is about training Border Collies. She taught Gravy to give her paw in one night.
Whitney – your little girl is absolutely beautiful and talented. You mentioned that Nola is proud of her partial Norwegian ancestry and that her first name is Kallan. I’m certainly not surprised to learn that her name means powerful in battle!
Nola – I hope we get to do another photo shoot together someday soon! And that I get to meet your brother Coe the next time around!
When Betty brought to my attention that she was thinking about having me create a photo album of all her grandchildren–I knew, I wanted to create something special for her. I suggested that we do an outdoor photo shoot, so she’d have a variety of images to choose from for a keepsake album.
Betty and I decided on a location that was easily accessible and safe, but still allowed the kids to run-around and explore without losing sight of them. They all had a blast and burned lots of energy. I wanted to capture them just being themselves and having fun. And on top of it all, the light was just perfect and gave me the ethereal look I’m always after.
Juggling eight grandchildren for one grandmother is not an easy task, so thanks to Teresa who came along to help us out.
There’s no denying that all the children share a bond and friendship with their grandmother. They say that a grandmother’s love for her grandchildren is like no other. What I loved about this photo session was how the they all shared affection not only for their grandmother, but for one another as well.
Thank you Betty for giving me the opportunity to photograph your beautiful family. I hope you enjoy the photo album! It was such a pleasure for me to not only take these photos, but make an album for you all to enjoy and look back on years from now.
Meeting up with Becki and Adam and their children once again was a complete joy. They’re natural posers and always make my job so easy when it comes to setting them up for semi-natural poses. Getting them all to smile, move and look my way was effortless. I’m sure it must be from other members of their family constantly capturing such family cuteness over the years that makes them so natural in front of the camera.
I combined the family session with a mini-maternity session. Can I say that Becki, and I know this may sound like a complete maternity-cliche, but in her case it’s absolutely true: Becki is simply radiant! Motherhood and family life just suits her so well. She’s not only beautiful on the outside, but also on the inside. And, her children adore her.
And Adam, well just look at him. He can’t stop smitten over his beautiful family! Wouldn’t you?
I look forward to future photo sessions with the Young family. I may even have a few surprises coming up in the future.
A very special high school senior photo session with my son Noah. I am so proud of him!
His independent nature is a gift and he’s never one to follow the masses. After graduation he plans to pursue a career in graphic arts. I think he has a bit of his mom’s creative side in him :). And who knows, maybe one day he and I will join forces!
I can’t believe EJ is a Nashua High School Class of 2017 Senior. My son and EJ both played for Nashua Little League and I’ve watched EJ grow up from afar and become a charismatic young adult.
I’ve known EJ’s Mom since childhood. We both became mom’s at the same time and over the years we have shared and discussed our children’s milestones in life: from watching them participate in team sports and cheering them on; deciding on and supporting them throughout their school curriculum choices; stressing over their drivers education; supporting their first job endeavors, and now we have come to the realization that they’re both college bound. Our little munchkins have become handsome and thriving young men.
EJ plans to pursue a career in the electrical field after he graduates. But for now he’s enjoying his last year of high school. He loves to ski and he’s currently participating in the school ski club and looking forward to the ski season!
Thank you EJ for allowing me to photograph your Senior High School portraits. I hope that one day you will look back and remember how wonderful it was to capture these special memories. I look forward to chatting with your mom and keeping up with all your future endeavors.
It was a beautiful summer afternoon and many would say it was a perfect day for a wedding. As the photographer capturing this special day, I will vouch for that it was an ideal day for a wedding ceremony!
The wedding day included lovely details accented with various shades of violet and lavender. The luscious green golf-course rendered outward views of the Uncanoonuc Twin Mountain Peaks. And most notable–the day was filled with lots of happy children running around with wide eyes of joy.
Terri and Chris exchanged wedding vows underneath late afternoon blue skies in front of their beloved family and their closest friends. The wedding ceremony was held outdoors at the Stonebridge Country Club located in Goffstown, NH. A small New Hampshire town which is the home to Saint Anslem College, and is especially known for its textile industrious history, the Piscataquog River, and the Uncanoonuc Mountains.
Teresa and Chris – may your days be filled with love and adoration for one another as you spend the rest of your lives together. Thank you for inviting me in to capture this wonderful day!