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Monthly Archives: February 2010


Sarah Lyn was a bridesmaid in Emily and Matt’s wedding in September. That’s how I came to spend a beautiful afternoon with her husband Peter and their adorable son Declan. We let Declan set the tone and just hung out around the house documenting this special time in their lives. I’m imagining Declan looking at […]

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More than a year ago I met Sarah when I was doing an assignment for Dana-Farber. She was assigned to drive me around in a golf cart as I took pictures at a tournament. In addition to escaping death-by-golf-ball, we also had lots of time to talk about music, careers, passion, you know, life. I […]

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For the first time in my life I sat for hours at an airport praying for snow. I was assigned to document Logan’s hi-tech snow removal operations Wednesday, but unfortunately the snow didn’t accumulate until after deadline. Instead of riding shotgun in a Vammas, I attended the snow planning meetings before spending the next few […]

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Show Me

Two weeks ago I took a trip to Kansas City to see my dear friends Adam and Melissa (and Brent!). Eating and drinking is usually the only thing on my travel itineraries, but this time my hosts sweetened the reunion with a Boulevard Brewery tour (Melissa worked her magic to by-pass the 4-month waiting list), […]

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Clear Flour Bread

One of the finest pleasures in life is freshly baked bread. And nobody does it better around here than Clear Flour. Don’t be shy to try their sweets either. I’m partial to the morning buns, rustic tarts, and their simple but perfect chocolate chip cookie. If you leave now you’ll see me there.

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Winner: Best of 2009

Congratulations to Jessica and Jesse for winning the Best of 2009 contest! I love this moment of Jessica walking down the stairs of her parents’ house. As someone mentioned in the comments, this picture combines the “past and the looming (yet wonderful) future, all in one picture”.  I also like the lines of the banister […]

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