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NJ & PA Equine Photographer – Jinny & Carboni in Long Valley, New Jersey

I swear we had like, one weekend of nice fall weather last year. It feels like we went directly from relentless heat and humidity right into a polar vortex and then back into some wishy washy version of fall with roller coaster temperatures and rain! So much rain! When Jinny’s mom Susan booked Jinny’s portraits…

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A Little More About Me – The One Behind the Camera

I made a promise to myself that in 2019, I’d share more of myself and what makes me “me” with all of you. If you know me personally, you’ll know I certainly have no issue being “me” – I strongly believe that someone should never have to hide who they are or change the way…

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NJ and PA Equine Photographer – Jenna & Mojito in Hopewell, New Jersey

Every photographer has their muse – whether it’s their child, spouse, or pet – there’s always that certain someone who inspires them and their work. Jenna is my muse – you may see her face in a few places on my site! She’s one of my very best friends – it’s an added bonus that she’s…

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NJ and PA Equine Photographer – Angela & Dakota in Hopewell, New Jersey

If you look closely at my work, there’s a theme that runs throughout – green. Lush green trees, grass, bushes, meadows – green, green, green. I LOVE THE GREENERY! I’m busiest in late spring and all summer for this reason – I just cannot get enough of that gorgeous summer greenery and the beautiful, warm…

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NJ and PA Equine Photographer – Kerstin & Prairie in Monroe Township, New Jersey

This session held a few firsts for me – my first time shooting in a corn field, and my first time doing portraits of a standardbred! Kerstin boards Prairie at a beautiful spot in Monroe Township, and they grow their own hay on the property – it also backs up to some lovely woods. But…

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