Noah and Reese may be identical genetically, but already it’s clear that they both have their own unique personalities. I can’t wait to get to know them as they grow up!
Emily Sterne Photography is making some changes! For the past few years I’ve had the honor and privilege of photographing some amazing, beautiful, inspired weddings. It’s been an exciting journey, and I’ve grown a great deal as a photographer. Life marches forward, however, and for me that means it’s time for a new focus, so I’m embarking on a new photographic journey: children and family photography! I’m excited at the prospect of all the little ones (and their parents) whom I will have the pleasure to meet and photograph – and I’m also looking forward to being able to offer parents an easy way to get the prints, books, or digital files they need to be able to remember how those little faces looked right now, for years to come.
Do you have a little one in your life who is changing day by day? I’d love to be in touch with you about setting up a photo session in your home. To find out more about how I work, please click here.
Stay tuned to see some fresh examples of my work!
It would be fair to say that many frequent flier miles were accrued as a result of Jamila and Josh’s wedding – between the couple (and some of their close friends) coming from the west coast, and members of Jamila’s family attending from Kazakhstan, the group of people who gathered in Norfolk, Connecticut certainly included a lot of out-of-towners. And yet, Josh has his roots here, and in a little New England town, that counts for a lot. Guests stayed in the homes of friends and family, the couple was wed by a long-time family pastor, and the venue, an incredible old stone structure (a golf club shelter in a time long-past), was decorated simply but lovingly, with buffet BBQ rounding out the backyard-picnic feeling. At the end of the day, everyone was part of one big family – and everything was just as it should be.