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And here is the second half of my April 9th special needs mini-sessions.  It was great to see old clients return as well as meet some new families.  It was, in all, a wonderful day! First up is a boy I’ve photographed for the past three years, and man, has he come SO FAR.  He […]

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I absolutely love April.  It is Autism Awareness Month, something I hold very dear.  But mostly, I love being able to provide my special needs mini-sessions for families with special needs children.  For many of these families, getting professional portraits is something they have never done, or if they have, they had bad experiences.  Their […]

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I love getting to photograph a family for the first time.  I mean, not my first time with them, but THEIR first time having a family portrait. It blows my mind that this family hadn’t had family pictures before.  I tried to make it as painless as possible, but I needn’t had worried because this […]

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This should be titled “The Session that Almost Wasn’t”.  LOL  This Naperville senior is a handsome, funny, and all around awesome guy.  He also has Autism.  When I talked with his mother about the session, we agreed on a wooded area and to hope he was in a good mood that day.  He tends to […]

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I’ve finished editing the afternoon sessions from our April 11th special needs mini’s.  It was seriously a great day.  Thank you to all of the families who came out! I met these two identical twin girls last year.  One of the best things about having these families come back year after year is to watch […]

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