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Category Archives: Family Portraits

Joan & Mark-A 50th Anniversary Legacy Collection

Showcasing a beautiful photographic celebration of fifty years of achievement in marriage on the blog today! I feel like this achievement should come with a trophy! Full confession, this is Mark who has owned Strauss Peyton since 1977 and his lovely wife Joan. He has since passed ownership and the reins of Strauss Peyton over…

7 Living Room Design Ideas

A living room is probably one of the most used rooms in your house (aside from kitchen and bathrooms). It provides a space for casual and formal moments and is the ideal spot to engage in meaningful conversations, sip wine by the fireplace, watch a movie with your family, or cater to your guests. Hopefully,…

5 reasons to schedule a portrait session

We have all heard the common idiom, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” which is why we can look back at photos of our children when they were little and come up with the story behind the picture. Whether it’s a family portrait for your great room or a business portrait for your executive office, here are 5 reasons why you should schedule a portrait session.

Cape Cod Family Portraits Part 2

Meet Michael and Lisa Stone from Michael Stone Portraits in Worcester, Massachusetts from our Cape Cod Family Portraits!  Recently, Jonathan and I traveled to Cape Cod for a long weekend with our friends and we may have nagged them a bit to let us photograph their family portraits while we were there…hey, there was a beach…

Cape Cod Family Portraits Part 1

The story goes that the poor shoe cobblers’ children ran barefoot.  I often joke in the studio that our children rarely get photographed as well and blame it on the cobbler syndrome.  In actuality, it’s not as bad as I make it sound, we do our best to always photograph our family every year but…

Family Portraits in Cape Cod, Massachusetts

What a lovely summer it’s been!   This year, Jonathan and I had the opportunity to photograph Family Portraits in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.  While we’ve had the chance to explore some of the Boston area and the surrounding locale over the past few years, Cape Cod proved elusive until this summer.  We stayed with some of our…

Designing with the End in Mind

Creating an art piece for the home begins with the end in mind.  What room would you like to decorate?  How is the room decorated?  Do you have a warm color palette or cool? We primarily work with families, such as this one, who recognize the importance of preserving their family history for their children…

Winery Pictures at Holy-Field Winery

Happy First day of Fall! It certainly doesn’t feel like it with the temperatures feeling like the 90’s all weekend but as someone very wisely told me earlier today, “It will feel like fall all too soon, so enjoy it!” So we shall! What better way to welcome fall, warm sweaters and chilly nights than…