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Monthly Archives: November 2012

NAPERVILLE CHICAGO FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER…”The ‘W’ family and why a session should include YOU”

I adore this beautiful family. They have been coming to get pictures ever since we opened the studio and I love to see the girls grow and their delightful little personalities develop.  In fact you might have seen a sneak peek of the girls in last month’s Naperville magazine! Aren’t they just adorable? The session […]

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NAPERVILLE CHICAGO CHILDREN’S PHOTOGRAPHER…”The darling ‘I’ Sisters are on the blog”

Looking at these darling pictures of the “I” girls you would never guess that the little sister was struggling with teething and that her older sister was a little shy towards the lady pointing a big camera in her general direction. The girls were adorable with each other and once we all got used to […]

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NAPERVILLE CHICAGO PREMIER PHOTOGRAPHER..”Holiday shopping made easy peasy”

Have you discovered Room 363 in downtown Naperville yet? Seriously it is one of my my favorite places to be and I wish I could buy it all! Every time I step through the door the stylish interior is restocked with new and exciting pieces to covet. Room 363 is a lifestyle store specializing in […]

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NAPERVILLE CHICAGO PREMIER SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER…”Boy, oh boy!”

It is true that I tend to photograph more girls than boys for their senior portraits but when a confident boy turns up to get his pictures taken, it really makes my day! Let me introduce Nick,  a senior at Naperville North High School.  Nick was great to work with,  he was willing to try […]

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NAPERVILLE CHICAGO PREMIER SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER…”Seniors, we’ve added some TLC and pampering options for you!”

I think by now you will know that I have a soft spot for senior portraits and who wouldn’t. Seriously these girls are stunning and it is so much easier to direct an eighteen year old to show me their true selves than it is a much younger child. The results amaze me each time. […]

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