Monthly Archives: February 2016

Mimi & Maia

It’s been a pretty mild winter, so what better way to spend a sunny February Saturday than to have a shoot on the Hudson? This past weekend I had an awesome time (and shoot) with Mimi and Maia, dynamic mama and daughter duo. Is there anyone who knows their daughter quite like a mother? The…

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Getting Real About Postpartum Depression and Anxiety – Week 3, Marie

Our partners. Not everyone has one when they have a baby. I cannot imagine, I really can’t. So huge props to you, because it was hard enough with a partner. That said, I wanted to briefly touch on the amount of gratitude I have for my husband. Whomever your partner in parenting, your husband, wife,…

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Heather’s Expecting!

My favorite part of this whole photography thing is meeting and collaborating with people – I have never had a bad experience. Heather, however, may take the cake. This woman just exudes warmth through her soulful brown eyes and sweet demeanor. Besides, I love maternity shoots! This past weekend was graciously springlike, so we had…

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Getting Real About Postpartum Depression and Anxiety, Week 2 – Emma

Every week I post this website: http://www.postpartum.net/get-help/locations/united-states/. It’s a great place to start to find local resources for help. Over the weekend someone asked me why I started this project and my first answer was simple: My mom would be alive today had there been more resources like the above for women with Postpartum Depression and…

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Getting Real About Postpartum Depression and Anxiety – Week 1, In Kate’s Words

A while ago I decided to begin a photo project about postpartum depression and anxiety. I’d take a few photos women with or without their children and they would write a blurb about their experience. We’d share through my website in order to help women going through PPD/A feel more comfortable reaching out for help and…

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