First I wanna share these adorable children, Jack & Megan with a pic from probably our 2nd shoot at Sandy Hook Lighthouse in Nov 2009
And below images from our shoot on 9/29/12 and introducing new baby sister Emma!
And there you have the extended Cooke family kids!
Thank you so much to mom and dad for returning yet another year and allowing me to capture your children’s smiles
Here it is the big announcement!
or FB message me on my page
or leave a comment below to schedule your session!
PLEASE NOTE THE 4TH AND 18TH ARE now BOOKED!
As I sit and wait on yet another storm predicted for the area and had to postpone a beach session till tomorrow, I decided to finally blog the rest of Alexander’s session.
The session was for Alexander and his cousin which was visiting from Connecticut, mom and dad jumped in at the end
Stay Safe everyone!!
Just finished up with this handsome little guy images, here are a few from his session in Ship Bottom.
He loved eating the sand, as they all do!
I don’t shoot newborns very often actually never, but when mom asked me to do her maternity and then her babies session I took it on…and the rest is history!
They became part of the baby plan and I will be documenting her growth during her 1st year of life!
On this 5th day of life a full tummy of mother natures best made for a very happy little cuddle bug,
Here we have Miss Rileigh Ann Rose along with her mommy and daddy who love her ohhh so much!
I hope you enjoyed Miss Rileigh,
and I wish both mom and dad a lifetime of happiness with her!
Thank you for trusting me with your precious little bundle and see you in 6 months!
entire session edited in LR3 with MCP Actions LR Presets
Yes! We finally had our shoot,
On the beach before the storm and in the Studio
This family is just too precious!
More later in the week but for now… here’s some baby toes & baby lashes to get you by lol
This past weekend I had the pleasure of photographing yet another long time “FB Fan” I think she has been on my page for about a year or so now LOl
And finally she took the plunge! Took part in the Studio Opening Special and we had a blast!
I thank you for allowing me to capture that plunge!
The lovely Mrs. J!
Mrs. J’s Laughter was totally contagious!
We both laughed laud and hard!!
Maybe the Mimosas that filled these glasses had a little to do with it LOL
Mrs. J…you are gorgeous and you totally rocked your session!!
Hair & Make up by the talented Liz Martin
I worked with Liz on my first ever Boudoir session back in 2010 I don’t call upon her as much due to the fact that she is in Delaware.
She came all the way out here on this morning to basically “save the day” as my original make up girl had fallen ill.
I cannot thank you enough Liz!
Just a tease of whats to come!
Annie has been a Facebook fan of my work for almost one year in June and she finally decided to do this session as a surprise for hubby!
Annie has 2 little boys and it was so nice to leave them behind for just a few hours and come get pampered for a while with no worries.
She never wears red lip tint but today this has changed, she was so in love with how she looked and felt, that red lip tint is now going to be in her bag of make up!
Annie traveled from Bayonne at 6am, yes 6am to Atlantic Highlands on a very foggy morning where we met at The Blue Bay Inn for her session, Krista Fix did a fabulous job on both hair and make up this is Krista’s 3rd time working with me and her work never disappoints, thanks Krista for coming and spending the night to be able to be there and ready to go!
Also need to thank Amanda for assisting during this session and doing a great job as well, without these girls help this would not have been possible!
Below are just a few of the shots that Annie loved and chose for her album! My 2 faves? Her laughing out loud, you’ll know which ones, cause these were so spontaneous while I said or did something to make her just burst out and laugh, cause that’s what I do to my ladies and I love the results!
Thank you Annie and remember we’re doing it again next year *wink*
Tech Info Canon 1Ds MKII Canon 24-70 and Canon 85F1.8 for those juicy close-ups
and Styrofoam boards to bounce that natural, foggy, light we had on this morning.