Monthly Archives: March 2012

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A mini sneak peak for baby Arden…. Philadelphia newborn photographer, moments caught photography

As promised a mini sneak peak for baby Arden (AKA baby super model) before I head out for spring break! All I can say to these new parents is, we have a gazillion incredible pictures to choose from so I would start eating tuna fish for dinner if I were you LOL.

Claire is a big sister…. Main LIne, Philadelphia newborn and children’s photographer Moments Caught gets to meet baby sister.

Well if you are a regular follower of the blog you wouldn’t be able to forget the adorable red hair, blue eyed Claire from a few years ago. Here are two of my favorite pictures from our first session.
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Well time sure does go by quickly and I was thrilled to hear from “Mom” to find out that Claire is now a big sister to a beautiful little girl. Meet baby Paige….

As you can see the gene for beauty is quite strong in this family. Claire and baby Paige are on their way to a beautiful, lifelong friendship as you can see…. and I look forward to documenting more of this wonderful family as it grows through the years.

suffice it to say this little guy stole my heart… Main line, Philadelphia newborn photography… moments caught photography

short on words because as this new Mom and Dad know I’m heading out of town bright and early tomorrow. I just couldn’t not post these before leaving so this post will be short on words, but more importantly long on images. Give this little guy a kiss from me please… and hope “J” was extra good for you guys at dinner that evening. Oh, and look at those lashes in the first picture… not fair

Have to do it… Moments Caught Photography gets caught up in the KONY 2012 movement… Philadelphia photographer takes action with KONY 2012

I can’t help myself, I admit I’m easily moved. Even more easily moved when my children are the ones who bring something that they care about to my attention as is the case with KONY 2012. We watched the video below as a family, and all felt the same thing… what can we do? You know that frustrating feeling when you care about something so much and for a few minutes think you can be the answer only to a few moments later realize that you have a list a mile long of things that need doing and your just one little person after all. This was different, the call to action was something we all (and especially children) do as easily as breathing these days. Go on facebook, go on twitter, post on your blog, on your tumbler or what ever the next big place to relate to other with happens to be. I can do that… I’m a photographer with 3,000 plus photographer “friends” across the world. I belong to groups, forums, I have clients, family and friends who follow me. No brainer, right? The call to action is simple make this horrific excuse for a man with no respect for human rights let along human beings who chooses to target children; and make him famous. Not famous like Brad Pitt, but famous for his ugliness for his crimes so that we can stop him for good. How… simple, spread the word, spread the video, post away, link to this blog post, link to the next person’s tumbler etc. etc. etc…
KONY 2012

You know… my entire being is wrapped up in loving, appreciating, observing and documenting children. More specifically documenting that rare adoration and connection in families. We all don’t have perfect families, or perfect children, but the universal theme in my work and life is appreciating the small things, knowing what really matters, trying to hold on to these precious fleeting years with our children young and carefree, as well as the hope we invest in our children for their future. This man chooses instead to rob these children and families of even the basic joy of a child going to sleep knowing they are loved. I couldn’t agree with my own children more, we must do something and this time we know what to do… Please watch the video (yes, it’s 30 minutes but well worth it) and spread the word any way you can. That’s all, it’s that easy. “Awareness turns into action”

The spring baby boom begins… Main Line, Philadelphia newborn photographer… Moments Caught Phototgraphy

Not exactly sure what was going on 9-11 months ago around these parts, but I have never seen more newborns come through my studio or about to anyway. This little sweetie was a few weeks past my usual 2 week suggestion for newborn sessions which is why you will see plenty of open eyes. I always say it’s a trade off, we don’t get quite as many of the sleepy shots and of course have to be extra careful in certain poses since they are already more mobile then in the first two weeks. What we do get is personality, expressions and a little bit more adjusted new Mommy and Daddy.

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