It is a brand new year, and I am slowly emerging from the fog of holiday craziness. December was busy with work, travel and family gatherings, all of which were fruitful. I am very fortunate.
Alas, this blog suffered from a month of non-posting. I promise to remedy that as 2013 gets started. I created some great new work for my Improvisors series in December, which I hope to start sharing in the next few weeks. Also, a new super secret personal project for 2013 is in the works, which will be shared in the coming months. And hopefully some regular features, to keep the blog fresh.
For the moment, I still find myself reflecting on a lot of what was nice about the holidays, especially time with family. With that in mind, I’ll share one of my favorite family portraits last year, photographed just before Christmas.
A woman requested a portrait of her husband and young son as a holiday gift for her. The whole family came by the studio, and the boys stayed for some father-son play time in front of the camera, while mom stepped out for a stroll.
Here are my favorite images from the portrait session: