Tag Archive: evanston family photographer

Adventure: Fourth of July | Evanston Photographer

It was 102 degrees today but that didn’t stop us from gathering family and friends together for a barbecue for Independence Day. Beautiful afternoon spent with wonderful company.  

I Heart Faces Portrait: Summertime | Evanston Photographer

Enjoying Life! This weekend, we went to Custer St. Fair in Evanston, and were quickly sidetracked by the local firehouse, where they’d opened a hydrant to shoot a cool spray into the air.… Continue reading

Adventure: Carnival | Evanston Photographer

This weekend we took my nephew to a local carnival… he’d been sick last week but he was finally feeling better, and REALLY wanted to go. So we obliged and made the trek,… Continue reading

Portrait: E and J | Evanston Photographer

I recently took another look at the portraits I did for E and J last summer. Here are a few more of my favorites from that beautiful day by the lake

Wedding: Winston and Maiesha | Evanston Photographer

This weekend I attended the beautiful wedding of Winston & Maiesha. My sister and I have known Winston for years, and hosted a radio show with him for about a year and a… Continue reading

Adventure: My first ad campaign | Evanston Photographer

This year has been amazing for me so far.  I currently have one of my images running in a commercial ad campaign in Western and Central Pennsylvania. It’s being used for web banners… Continue reading

Adventure: Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand | Evanston Photographer

Adventure: AngThong Marine Park, Koh Samui, Thailand

I just returned from a 17-day trip to Thailand. The bulk of the visit was for work, but I spent the last weekend in Koh Samui for some much-needed rest & relaxation. One… Continue reading

I Heart Faces: Alphabet Challenge!

So honored to have been selected as a featured photographer on I Heart Faces this week! I entered my photo of NY skyscrapers in the Alphabet challenge as “B is for Buildings,” and… Continue reading

Adventure: Roycemore Photography Project

Growing up, I attended a tiny private school in Evanston. Classes were small, everyone knew each other, and it felt like family. Recently my 97-year-old alma mater, Roycemore School, closed the doors on… Continue reading