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When I photographed Grace’s senior portraits a few (ahem) years ago she wore tall Frye boots and cut off jean shorts. She was adorable, sweet, and mature beyond her years. Fast forward to last year and I ran into her randomly at a restaurant. We discussed taking some more photos (just because) and on a perfect evening in late September that actually came to fruition. There were no tall Frye boots this time around…but she was just as sweet and just as adorable! Here is a sneak peek of the beautiful Grace.

Favorite Things:

• Grace found the perfect evening for a shoot in Newburyport
• I love that Newburyport offers views of the ocean, and tons of old brick, and vintage signs
• I couldn’t take a bad photo of Grace…you’ll see!

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Kevin found me online. He said he did a quick search to have his senior photos done anywhere but his hometown in central Massachusetts. ;) (Trust me, as a girl who grew up in what I referred to as “the sticks” I totally understand this sentiment.) So we picked a spot in Boston that offered both modern nooks and lots of cobblestone, plus the best view of the city that I know of. Of course the weather said it was going to be beautiful and instead we ended up with lots of wind and the temps were in the 50’s. Eeeek! What did work out was that Kevin chose great fall flannels and sweaters that worked perfectly for the weather. We may have had to duck from the wind but the Seaport offers lots of different hiding spots that are still awesome.

Favorite Things:

• Kevin’s cream sweater is direct from Ireland…love that…plus warm!
• Kevin said he had his sister help him pick clothing, nice job sis!
• The light started to fade at the end of the shoot, but that allowed us some really interesting new locations with lights in the background for interest

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Back a few years ago when I had the pleasure of photographing both of Ethan’s sisters senior portraits, his mom told me she’d be contacting me when it was her son’s turn. And guess what, she did! We got in contact this summer and planned for some fall portraits for Ethan. But this time we wanted something a little different. His oldest sister, Jamie, chose a state park, Isabel chose the city, and Ethan wanted something slightly more rustic. So we chose Endicott Park in Danvers, which gives us barns and ponds, and horses, and open park spaces…it was the perfect mix of rustic and natural. Ethan was beyond easy to photograph, handsome and quiet and the sun was peeking through the clouds and giving us gorgeous evening light. Onto the pics!

Favorite Things:

• I love the entire varied backdrop of Endicott Park
• The sun kept hiding behind the clouds but then it would pop out and warm everything up perfectly
• The barn…I just love the rustic look of a weathered wood barn

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