Let me stop for a second to tell you that I am seriously the luckiest photographer in the world. My clients are always so amazing to work with. That’s true of my session with the Rosi family, too!
I met up with them this summer at their home in Dennis and the weather was perfect for photo-taking. It was warm and sunny, with an impeding storm over the ocean, giving us very moody clouds in the distance. While the weather was fine, it was the Rosi family that made this shoot such a joy.
“Our favorite parts were the candid moments playing with the kids or enjoying the sunset and chatting.,” says Tina Rosi.
As you can see from the comments above and the photos below, this family is not only photogenic, but also a close-knit group who clearly love spending time together. They are lucky to have each other and enjoy spending as much time together as possible.
I’m excited to share with you one of the coolest weddings on Cape Cod ever. A mix of Cape Cod with European charm.
Aurelie and Lyle were married at the Inn on the Beach in Harwich on a beautiful overcast day. (The only ones who ever think overcast is lovely is probably Photographers). Married by a close friend, Aurelie and Lyle laughed and cried as they said their vows and “I do’s”.
A gorgeous high tent with no tables but couches and wine barrels for your drinks and plates to rest, created this warm and relaxing atmosphere. Amazing food was supplied by Treats Catering and the most amazing desserts by the Cottage Street Bakery. The desserts were DEVINE!
Check out their amazing day. If you’re looking to recreate something this amazing, try contacting Blue Ivy Veronica Alexander: firstname.lastname@example.org, she was amazing and helped pull this day off beautifully.
I have been chomping at the bit to share with you the photos from this amazing collaboration that I was lucky to be apart of.
Back in September I was approached by Amanda from the Current Quarterly and Shift, and asked if I would help with her fall season photoshoot for their quarter magazine. I was beyond excited, especially after we learned of her ideas and inspirations. Not to mention the other artists I would get to work with.
Another family is up on the blog! This time it’s the Walsh Family!
Gorgeous and stylish are two perfect words to describe them.
We were lucky enough to have low tide at Bayview Beach, in Dennis MA.
Cape Cod Ma has many great beaches for photos but I think Mayflower Beach and Bayview Beach in Dennis are the most beautiful. Yes, I’m a little bias being from Dennis but at low tide the kids have the best little pools to play in and the view is gorgeous!
The sky didn’t disappoint either. Their theme of blue and white is a classic for cape cod and their little girl’s stripes were so adorable. As we played, they gave me the best giggles and smiles.
I also think there might be a little photographer in their future! She took a few photos of her parents and her grandma. Not bad little one!
The clouds were amazing and the rays of sun shining through felt like little blessings for our photos. Enough about our shoot… time for the photos!
As I drove into the parking lot, I spotted the numerous group of family members all dressed to the nines in white and navy, and a little bit of Red, White and Blue.
See if you can spot the red Cowgirl boots! Love them.
I met up with them at Seagull Beach at West Yarmouth, MA and the weather was perfect for photo-taking. A gentle breeze rustled the tall beach grass with soft puffy clouds floated over the water. The sun set behind the grass, gently brushing the sky with amazing pinks, purples and blues. While the weather was fine, it was the McCarthy family that made this shoot such a treat.
The kids ages range from 2 years old all the way to 13 years old. They even brought adorable Scally Caps from the grandparents trip to Ireland in April.
This is their 11th year for their family reunion on Cape Cod and I could tell they are a close-knit group who clearly love spending time together. I enjoyed being included in their play time.
The fourth of July, holiday weekend brought with it many splendid events, including an amazing session with the Kelly family. Large family portraits sometimes bring with it a need for being loud and trying to get everyone to listen. That did not happen with this incredible family. The kids were well behaved and adorable as ever! Playing with them was one of the highlights of my holiday.
Due to high winds we needed to change plans from the open beach to the Harwich Overlook, at Whychmere Harbor . I love shooting at the Harwich Overlook because the clouds never disappoint and it’s a classic cape cod landscape. Beautiful boats and the gorgeous ocean.
For our shoot, the Kelly’s wore a mix of blues, whites and coral. Such a great choice even for a change in our location. I love how the coral pops but it all mixes together so nicely. A great choice.
It truly was an amazing photo shoot. And if any of you are considering a family session or are prepping for an upcoming session, consider contacting me today to get your family session booked before we fill up!
Hi Everyone! How was your Fourth of July? A great weekend was had by all on my small sandy spot on Cape Cod.
I recently had a super fun session with the Rennie family. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I truly have the best clients ever! This family was no exception, either. This family played around and joked, with me and around me, making me feel like I was with my own sisters.
We met at Grays Beach in Yarmouth Port. We had to move the date because mother nature had made other plans on us. It was meant to be, however, as the sky was gorgeous for our shoot night.
I loved shooting at Grays Beach because there are rocks on the side, a great spot for kids or adults to sit/stand on. Gorgeous green marsh to one side with the ocean on the other. Sand and a long boardwalk make this spot a great location with various looks.
For our shoot, the Rennie’s brought a couple college t-shirts, where the daughter’s were attending. I thought it was a cute touch and a really great way to keep a moment in history. When they look back they’ll be able to have a beautiful visual of where they were at that time in their history.
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I recently had a stupendous session with the Sweeney family. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I truly have the best clients ever! This family was no exception, either. Their smiles are contagious and they weren’t worried about the water or sand on their kids. True life creating a wonderful memory.
I met one of the Sweeney’s in New York when we played Roller Derby together. It’s always fun and exciting when friends from my Roller Derby world reconnect and I get to share my current passion with them and their loved ones. I loved shooting at the beach in Dennis Port because the sunset cascades amazing light on the clouds and the waves, not to mention the little jetties that separate the pieces of beach properties along the shorelines.
For our shoot, the Sweeney’s brought Custom made Family Reunion T-shirts. The bright green shirts were a great contrast to the soft blue, which really made for some amazing photos. Elizabeth said, “The original plan was to wear khakis and various blue colored tops, but Pop surprised us by ordering custom matching t-shirts. Custom shirts are a very ‘Pop’ sort of thing to do.”.
It truly was an amazing photo shoot. And if any of you are considering a family session or are prepping for an upcoming session, heed the words of Elizabeth:
“Trust in your photographer, and if you have little kids try to step back and let the photographer direct, rather than everyone shout all at once, much less confusing!,” she says. Solid advice!