Posts Tagged ‘maternity’

Tricia, in the Pearl

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Portland street style

I tried to do this photo in the style of brilliant Portland photographer Lisa Warninger’s work on Urban Weeds. (isn’t that a great name for a street style photo blog?)

tricia – maternity

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

maternity portraits portland

This weekend I had my first official Portland artisan portrait commission! I did some fashionable maternity portraits with Tricia around her place in the Pearl District. We shot for more than two hours, and she was still going strong. Doing yoga to full term will do that for you, I guess!

Belly and Bubblegum

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

I had the cutest maternity session with Libby in Cambridge!

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[ more photos here ]

Portrait Swap | Megan | Jamaica Plain, MA

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

I’ve been into portrait swaps lately, because photographers often don’t have enough quality photos of themselves and their families. Megan of Perspectives Photography asked me to help document her pregnancy, and so we agreed to do a sort of hip urban maternity session. We met up at Hi-Lo Foods in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts and utilized their colorful murals and aisles for some shots. Then we walked around the surrounding few blocks for some more street shots.

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I love doing maternity portraits. I think pregnant women are so beautiful!


Sunday, July 27th, 2008

So, I have had this idea for a long time, and only recently been able to execute it.

Heather, who is due on July 31, was an excellent model and didn’t flinch when I brought her to the area of crazy construction just outside Boston where I had scouted my signs — she even suggested that she’d be happy to sit on the curb near the traffic for this shot. Noted: it is surprisingly awkward to pose a very pregnant woman with a large orange sign next to a busy highway.

And the photo below is dedicated to Rima. It is one of the bizarre disembodied baby heads, a bronze installation (Antonio López García’s El dia y la noche) outside Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts near where we live. This makes me laugh a lot – both at the fact that Heather was all for traveling to get this shot after I told her it was just for a joke, and at the fact that these disembodied baby heads exist.

[ more of the hilarious attempts at getting the BUMP photo to work: here ]

On a serious note, my wedding clients all have the benefit of complimentary maternity and newborn sessions with me. I’ll be launching a more formal BUMP site eventually, but right now I’m just trying to get our Boston boudoir photography site off the ground.


Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

I am looking for someone in Boston who is very pregnant and showing (7-8.5 months) for a quick shoot near the MFA area. Please email me at if that’s you!