Please welcome Jess to the Studio

So happy to announce that Jessica (Jess) Jannetti will be joining the Studio to help out with marketing, photo sessions and on-location projects!  I asked Jess to write a blog post about herself, her life and what she’s passionate about … and she really hit it out of the ball park !!  Please enjoy Jess’s…


When Photographers Need New Head shots …

Let me recount for you the hilarity and odd irony that was two Photographer friends (myself and Donna Desimone) updating our own head shots in the Studio this week. A year ago … and again this week … we hired each other to do exactly what we preach to our business clients – update business portraits…


Why every woman should do a Boudoir session

I have been a Photographer for over 10 years, photographing families, individuals, business men and women, CEOs, children, infants, pets, architecture, interiors, real estate and products galore, including fine art … however there is nothing more incredible than designing and planning for a Boudoir session. Let me help you understand what Boudoir Photography means to me … The word…


Guest Blogger and Author, Cindy Carroll … tales from the Studio!

My Photo Session With Sue By Cindy Carroll, RD, LDN, RN I love taking photos—in fact being a photographer is on my list of dream second careers. Capturing a great image of a person, place or thing is just as the saying goes—“worth a thousand words.” I’m not so crazy, however, about being on the…


Celebrating My One Year Studio Anniversary

June 1st 2015 marks one year since the doors opened to my Studio … and what a whirlwind it has been. Aside from obvious ‘bite the bullet’ nerves about taking on commercial property, retail space and the resulting monthly rent obligations … I definitely felt quite overwhelmed at the prospect of  officially going back to work.  No more…


What is your profile picture saying about you?

Social media, blogging and on-line networking are main-stays of almost every industry in the world today, and certainly in most cultures, employees of every rank and status have access to the internet either from a home computer, a work computer or a smart device of some kind (phone, tablet).  Increasingly we network, not in person,…


My Mum

It was so difficult to write this, because it is ‘my’ daughter who is the Photographer! She lives an ocean away from me, across the Atlantic (has done for almost 20 years) and suggested that as part of our most recent visit, I might like to have a makeover. I am a 68 year old…


Jordan and Aubrey

I met Mara some years ago through a mutual acquaintance. Over the years our paths have crossed a few times, and we have always enjoyed chatting. One day three years ago, she asked me if I would photograph her children (not an unusual question for people to ask me). She went on to tell me…


Anne’s Transformation

Guest Blogger, Anne, describes her ‘Transformation Experience’ In my family, I’m most often the one behind the camera, not in front of it. Not just because I enjoy snapping those family moments – especially the cheerful ones we prefer to remember – but also because I’ve always disliked having my picture taken. Like many women,…