Archive for May, 2011

All Grace Grows as Love | Newborn Portrait Session – Lawrence, PA

Just a short time ago, I was photographing an expecting mom. Ten days ago, she gave birth to a beautiful and healthy baby girl.  When I heard that the baby arrived, I was excited to say the least. She had asked me before giving birth to take photos of the baby. Of course, I did not hesitate to say yes!

When I arrived today, with my helpful assistant Scott (who is the proud cousin of this little girl), I could not wait to get started. This little girl’s mom looked fantastic despite next to no sleep and her dad seemed very proud. Big sister gave kisses and hugs. With a little patience and a gorgeous baby, this session was a success.

Enjoy this sweet bundle of joy.

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“KenKarta Battle of the Onoxmon” | Event Photography – Peters Township, PA


Last Friday, I was lucky enough to be asked to photograph a really great event. Local author Alison Kartevold held a book launch party for her newly released children’s fantasy novel “KenKarta Battle of the Onoxmon.”(www.kenkarta.com) The event was held at Peters Township Library. Alison was nice enough to have all book sale proceeds donated to the library. There was a fantastic turnout of what I heard to be over 300 people! It looks like KenKarta is off to a great start.

The evening included entertainment from The Much Ado Players, raffles, free book signing, tons of cupcakes and food, a book reading, viewing of Les Polinko’s book artwork and sculpted creatures, and finally an audiobook preview.

I ended up with somewhere around 200+ images from the evening. It was difficult to choose just a few to share. Enjoy your look into the KenKarta Book Launch Party.

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