2017 Halloween Mini Sessions

I’m back again with another crop of AWESOME kids!  This was the first year my Halloween Mini Session event was held at my new studio location in Downtown Hingham MA and I was worried I might lose a lot of folks who were used to the old location.  But thanks to a backdrop made from an image of the inside of my garage, you can barely tell the difference.  I’m so happy it worked out that way and we can keep the setup just like it’s always been.  I know many of my clients rely on that consistency for their albums.

This year was full of so much joy.  It was a lovely day outside so the kids could play in out in the fairy garden, or, play a game of cornhole.  There was a wall mural of a Halloween coloring page, and of course the same camera toys that are always here for any kiddos who stop by.  Not only that but one amazing client made handmade trick-or-treat bags for everybody (well, almost everybody; while she made a TON I still had more kids that came by).  Everyone was so excited for that surprise (including me!) and I was SO TOUCHED that a client was so thoughtful to do such a thing.

I was also touched by the client who had moved to Maine since last year and drove the three hours down to make it – she said she just couldn’t miss one of her favorite fall traditions.  What an incredible thing to hear!  You guys, you’re all THE BEST.  Thank you for being such lovely, caring clients.  It is so appreciated and it’s the reason why doing this year after year is so rewarding.

OK onto the gallery!!!  These are in absolutely no order; for some reason when I upload these galleries to the site they go out of order and I think you’d all rather me email you your copies sooner than have me sit here putting these in order.  So without further ado – here are all my awesome friends from this year!   Enjoy!

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2017 Christmas Card Sessions with Irish Eyes Photography

 

The sessions this year will be really adorable and cozy. With the new studio, I can do a setup I’ve always wanted to do; a homey cozy session with a big bed, milk, cookies, lots of pillows, and of course, tasteful Christmas decor. These sessions are for families that want to include grown-ups or for families who just want their children photographed. These will be great because we won’t have to rely on the weather, there’s a bathroom for anyone who needs it, and, with the location in the heart of Downtown Hingham, you can go for an ice cream afterward, grab lunch or dinner at any of the many eateries, and even do a little shopping if you’d like.

These sessions would work with everyone in Christmas pajamas, or with everyone dressed up – it’s entirely up to you. I can’t wait to see all the different ways people approach them!

Christmas sessions are October 14th and 15th this year to make it even sooner for you to get your cards out to friends and family.

The pricing and inclusions are the same as last year;

$150 for:
-20 min session
-1 medium resolution digital file
-access to card catalog and personalized designs
-and access to optional package upgrades

Package upgrades were very popular last year – almost every client took advantage of them! There are 3 available:
1. a keepsake wooden image box with 4×6 prints of each image from your gallery + 5 digital files for $500.
2. a 5×5 custom keepsake book that includes all images from your gallery + 10 digital files for $750
3. a 16×20 canvas gallery wrap of the image of your choice and digital files of your entire gallery for $1250

All files are medium resolution. Upgrades are optional and you can decide to upgrade at any time.

Both days are filling fast – if you’d like to reserve a spot, contact me now to book yours before it’s too late!

-Santa’s #1 Elf, Kerry
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Halloween Mini Sessions are back!

They’re back and now at the new studio location!  I can’t wait to see you there for what is always my most fun event of the year!  Every year the attendance gets bigger and bigger so don’t miss out on one of the South Shore’s most popular Halloween events!  The greatest thing about it is, it’s quick and easy so you can go on to all the other amazing events being offered in the area.

Call or email me with any questions.  You can check out last year’s event here.

-Kerry

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NEW STUDIO GRAND OPENING!

The Grand Opening of my NEW STUDIO LOCATION is finally here!

 

 

I sat and I thought about what I could do to make the in-studio exclusive sessions extra special for you.  I thought of what makes me feel the most pampered and that made me think of my dear friend Ashleigh Dundas of Massage Loft NE.  I reached out to her and she was delighted to be on board!  So, while your kids hang with me and have TONS of fun in front of a Gold and White celebratory backdrop, you’ll lay down on Ashleigh’s massage table in a separate room and spend twenty CHILD FREE! moments relaxing.  Um… can I sign myself up for one of these please?!

Then I thought about other ways to make this special for you.  And I thought, “hey, I love getting treats from local vendors that were handpicked for clients like me.”  So, I reached out to local vendors and now you’re getting a swag bag full of goodies to enjoy.  Just wait until you see what I’ve got for you.  To top it off, ONE of those bags will have a golden ticket inside.  What’s the golden ticket for?  50% off a ONE HOUR SESSION with me!  That’s a $100 value!  I hope you win it.

Vendors that have already dropped off their products include:

This list is going to get bigger and bigger as we approach the day.  I’ve got a list of 15 vendors  who are planning to contribute.  All local.  All businesses I would support and most of them I already do.  Real people doing their own thing in the world.  Just like me.  I love it.  And that list is growing every day.

There will also be a cheese offering from The Bloomy Rind (an amazing cheese shop and eatery just around the corner from the studio) as well as floral arrangements from The Hingham Greenery (only a few doors down!).

To sign up for your exclusive portrait session, CLICK HERE.

Have questions?  Reach out and ask away!  I’m happy to help.

I can’t wait to see you there!

-Kerry

p.s. are you a local business that would like to be included in the swag bag?  Definitely reach out!

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Hanging with the C Family at Rexhame Beach in Marshfield MA

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of photographing the C Family at Rexhame Beach in Marshfield.  We chased the sunset and laughed our way through the evening.  It was delightful.

These kids are the sweetest.  I let them direct the majority of the session and they ate it right up.  The best part is the parents got right in on the fun.  I love when the whole family just goes for it.

Nothing like a real, genuine smile is there?

Of course, there’s nothing like a dab either.

C Family, thank you so much for all the great laughs!  I had an incredible time working with you and I CAN’T WAIT to see your new beautiful wall art in your sunroom, dining room, and stairway.  I’m especially excited for the sunroom canvas gallery!  It’s going to look SO GOOD!

To see more of my work with families, click here.

If you’re interested in booking your own family portraits, I would love to hear from you! 

-Kerry

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ROCK THE PROM DRESS SESSIONS!

ANNOUNCING A NEW SESSION OFFERED BY IRISH EYES PHOTOGRAPHY:

ROCK THE PROM DRESS SESSIONS!

Go solo or bring a bunch of your friends and show off that dress you said ‘yes’ to.  Get gorgeous portraits to match how gorgeous you feel in your special dress.  Prom is SUCH a big moment in a person’s life; let’s celebrate it and make the moment last even longer!

With my Senior Portrait clientele expanding every year, I wanted to offer something extra special for high schoolers.  I thought long and hard about what would’ve appealed to me in high school and I immediately thought of my junior prom dress.  I LOVED that dress!  Having a session JUST for me to slay in my awesome prom dress?!  Yes please!  And so this newest offering was born. I sent out a model call for a group of girlfriends who were interested in showing off their dresses and having a ton of fun and I hit the jackpot with these five divas.  We shot these back in late Spring; it was chilly but these girls didn’t care.  It was fantastic.  And the blossoms in the background certainly helped set a gorgeous scene!

When you book your session you’ll feel like a model – because that’s exactly what you’ll be.

Show off the fierce side of your group – and the silly – and have a ton of fun in between.

What people are saying about Rock the Prom Dress sessions:

“This was my first actual photo shoot and the bar has been set pretty high. This was so much fun with all my girlfriends and being all dressed up in our prom attire. The session was so chill and for sure we could be ourselves and go crazy. Kerry made all of us feel so comfortable with what we were doing. Once the shoot was over, it was sad because we had just had so much fun but we knew to be excited for when the pictures would be ready! When the date was picked for the viewing party the girls and I were just beyond excited to see them. We all went [to our ordering session] and started to look at the amazing pictures and not one picture wasn’t commented on. They were amazing!!!! Choosing which ones we wanted was so hard because they all came out flawlessly. Overall this experience was just so much fun to be with friends and get to show off our prom gowns one more time!” – Angie P., model

“The Prom Dress Session was a fantastic idea. Everyone has a standard photo in your prom dress with your date but to have professional photos in your prom dress with your best friends-priceless! The girls had such a wonderful time on this photo shoot and the moms certainly loved viewing all the photos. Picking one was very difficult. This was great fun and a wonderful opportunity for high school friends. Thanks so much” – Deb R., mother of one of the models.

Contact me today to book yours.

-Kerry

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Hingham MA Fourth of July Parade

Irish Eyes Photography’s new location is right on the parade route for the Hingham Fourth of July Parade.  It’s the perfect (shaded!) spot to hang out, have a few laughs, and enjoy one of the best parades the commonwealth has to offer.

We spent the morning watching some seriously amazing floats and groups go by and enjoyed a “Star Spangled Salute” to all that the town has to offer.  It was the perfect kick-off to my becoming a part of Downtown Hingham – joy, kindness, and neighborly goodwill were the themes of the day – all things I connect to my brand.  Let’s take a look at some of the highlights:

Businesses and groups are always looking for catchy (watch out; that’s a pun) ways to stand out in a parade.  I thought the Hingham Vintage Baseball Team got it right with the simplest and yet most fantastic way to connect with fans; playing catch with the parade goers.  Brilliant!

Hingham is home to many champions – it was great to see all the teams go by and share their joy.

The Company Theatre does such great work for the Arts in the area.  I myself can’t wait to go see Heathers.  Get your tickets – they’re selling out fast!

I am new to the town so I don’t know the local stories yet – but if that girl is on the wrestling team, she’s my hero.

They stuck a canoe on a truck and had the end of it sticking out.  I have no idea why this was so impressive to me but it was.  And that little one looks like a queen up there.

So many beautiful smiles on that beautiful day.  For a look at all the images I took (and to see if you’re in the gallery!) click here. 

For those of you new to Irish Eyes Photography, I’ve been in business for almost ten years based out of a studio in my home in Weymouth.  I am a portrait photographer specializing in families, seniors, and newborns.  Lifestyle photography is my favorite brand of photography but I also love some fun posing!  My slogan is “from birth to beyond.”  Almost all of my clients stay with me through all the moments of their lives and they become like family to me.  I am all about capturing real life and how beautiful you are in just being yourself.  It’s about joy.  It’s about being real.  It’s about the fun!

I had been waiting for the perfect place to set myself down in a commercial spot and boy did I find a diamond!  The new location is at 82 North Street in Downtown Hingham and is officially “soft open.”  There will be a Grand Opening on August 26th – save the date, follow me on Facebook, and subscribe to my newsletter by filling the form below for more information on the event as it gets announced.  I can’t wait to show you all I have to offer!

-Kerry

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Mum and Me Session – Rexhame Beach, Marshfield MA

This year I brought back my ultra-popular Mum and Me Sessions just in time for Mother’s Day.

I spent a verrrrryyyyy cold day at Rexhame Beach in Marshfield MA and met a handful of families for quick, fun, gorgeous Mum and Me sessions.  The threat of rain loomed over our heads (quite literally in the clouds) and at that end we even heard some distant thunder.  It was also approximately 35 degrees out.  And that’s not even a remote exaggeration.  All these families dressed for a spring session on the beach and had to bundle up a bit to make sure no one caught frostbite!  You know what though?  Even with the odd addition of winter coats and blankets, they ALL rocked it.  And, as time goes by and each family meets me for their viewing session, you’ll get to see some of the fun we had.

Let’s start with this laughter filled session with a very happy little boy and his radiant mama, shall we?

Telling people’s story in a less obvious way is something I really enjoy.  Here I love Mum’s grounded stance; with her soft skirt blowing and her sandy, polished feet.  I love that the little guy not only has adorable shoes (I always remember my kids’ shoes with fondness) but that he’s clearly so comfortable with his mother just based on the way he’s standing.  He’s relaxed.  She’s his rock.

 

This next image was shared on social media around Mother’s Day so you may have already seen it.  But I’m sharing it again because I just LOVE how much adoration there is in it.  From both mother and son.  So, so sweet.This last one absolutely slays me.  They’re both cracking up identically!  They’re too cute. 

It was such a pleasure meeting this family and laughing with them.

The 35 degree days are (hopefully) behind us now; warmer spring weather is such an excellent time for family portraits.  Contact me to book your session today!

-Kerry

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Newborn Portraits – MA Newborn Photographer

The best thing about booking newborn portraits well in advance is your newborn photographer can then truly curate your session to your special aesthetic.  Sure any photographer worth their salt owns a bevy of props, hats, and other items to make every session special.  But if there’s time, we can keep an eye out for the perfect setup for you.

This next baby’s mum got in touch with me as soon as she found out she was pregnant.  While I have clients that do that all time, this baby’s mum told me early because I happen to be her sister!  That’s right; this GORGEOUS girl is my niece!  And I’m madly in love.  She’s perfect.  We adore her.  I’m sure by the end of this blog post, you’ll adore her too!

This sweet girl was born at the beginning of spring.  We had no idea if she’d be a girl or a boy, so the pieces for the above setup was bought on a whim.  I figured I could return it if it was a boy.  I’m so happy I didn’t have to return it.  I built that wreath up just for this image and it was completely worth it.  I absolutely love how dainty and sweet she looks atop all the pinks and blues.  She’s just so lovely.

I had wanted to do an Easter shot for a long time – for the sole purpose of a “Happy Easter” shot to share on social media.  I’m so happy I was finally able to do it.  It’s everything I wanted it to be and more.  Such an adorable little bunny.

“Here sleeps a girl with a head full of magical dreams, a heart full of wonder, and hands that will shape the world.” -Unknown.

To book your newborn portrait session with Irish Eyes Photography, click here.

-Kerry

p.s. I was lucky enough to photograph my niece’s entrance into this world.  It was an honor and an incredible experience to be there for my sister both as her sister and her photographer.  While those images are sadly not for the internet, I have an absolutely gorgeous physical album of the experience for clients to view when they’re considering birth photography.  Feel free to ask to view it at your consultation.

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Studio Family Session with a Tribute to New Motherhood

Sometimes babies have to stay in the hospital longer than other babies.  And sometimes even after they finally get home, it takes a while for a family to settle in to their new lives.  For this Boston family, a little time was needed before newborn portraits could be taken.  So much so that Baby G went right past newborn portraits to three month portraits!  Which worked out in the end because his gallery is lovely.  Because he is lovely  Because his parents are extremely lovely.

Motherhood is hard sometimes.  Especially in the beginning because your entire life got turned upside down.  It takes a while to find yourself again.  It takes a while because you’re your old self but you’re also your new self. A self you might not yet recognize.  It takes a while…but most of us get there eventually.  And usually we find these updated versions of ourselves in the most obvious of places: reflected back at us from the eyes of our children.  Their joy is our joy.  Their sadness is our sadness.  They are of us and we are of them.  This mama — oh man.  She is doing one hell of a job at motherhood.  Love and light just pours out of her entire being.  Baby G is one lucky little fella.  It was a pleasure to see the love in this family and to capture it. Perhaps she, like many of us, felt a little lost for a while.  But she certainly found her way back and is living life to its fullest.  She is basking in the glow of motherhood and we are all privileged to witness this moment in her journey.  Knock ’em dead, girlfriend.  You’re rocking it!

This family had requested a simple studio shoot with just a white backdrop and nothing too crazy.  Which I love.  I got to just focus on their love for each other.  At the end, we did pull out some props to do one shot of dad with Baby G.  Dad is a police officer (the badge and hat have been blurred out to exclude exactly where he works) and they wanted a shot that saluted that part of their story.  At three months old, he’s too big to be placed inside or on top of the hat, and he’s too little to wear it.  So I went for a shot in Dad’s arms.  Imagine our delight when Baby G grabbed the badge and held it up!  And I love the sweet smile on Dad’s face here too.  My favorite thing about Dad was how much he cracked up every time Baby G did anything funny.  This family is just full of joy!

They purchased a huge canvas and a slew of large and small prints for a wall gallery.  It’s going to be a wonderful showcase of their love and joy.  Baby G will be so happy to grow up seeing these image and seeing how much he is loved.  I’m happy to know Mama will have these images to look at every day and see how well motherhood suits her.

-Kerry

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Photography Camp! Weymouth MA

Photography Camp with Irish Eyes Photography –

A new and exciting endeavor!

Photography Camp, Irish Eyes Photography, Weymouth MA

After many requests and figuring out all the fine details, I’m happy to announce it’s finally here:  Photography Camp!   Here are all the specifics:

For ages 11-16, this is a 5 week camp where campers will learn the basics of photography.  Composition, light, focus, camera settings, you name it.  At the end of the camp, there will be a showcase where campers and their families can come and see the amazing images created during the camp.  Here are the specific details:

  • TIME: Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 Starting May 25th and ending June 22nd.
  • PLACE: We will meet at Webb Memorial State Park in North Weymouth.
  • Each camper will choose their favorite image from the experience to have framed and revealed in a gallery showcase at a later date.
  • After the gallery, camper will be able to take their framed artwork (print size 11×14) home to enjoy and be proud of forever.
  • Camp is limited to 15 campers per session
  • COST: $350.00
  • Each camper will also get a camp t-shirt to wear!

This announcement is less than 24 hours old (having been introduced during my first ever Facebook Live – feel free to watch if you’d like!  I also introduce another awesome and new offering so it’s worth a watch) and I’ve already got people signed up.  So this is really exciting.  Of course, I’ve already had some questions that aren’t answered in the above information so let’s get those answered right here!

Q:  Will you be offering more camp sessions?  My child is already booked at those times. 

A:  I say with full hope, YES! I think this could be a really exciting way to get to know more people in the area and explore another really exciting part of the art of photography.  As you all know I absolutely love working with kids, so I would love for this to be a repeat adventure.  I would love to offer one during the summer on a Wednesday or Thursday mid morning.  If you’re interested in that, please email me and maybe we can get a group going.

Q: Will you offer camps for younger campers?  What about older campers?

A: I definitely foresee a younger group being an option.  I would love to do 8-11 and 12-18.   As for grown-ups – well, as discussed in the Facebook Live stream, there is huge interest in an evening camp that involves lessons and drinks.  I think that could be just about the most fun we parents could have on a random evening, don’t you?!  So, if you’re looking to sign up a younger or older camper, please email me so I can have an idea of interest and set something up.  Bonus if you can offer up scheduling ideas so we can figure out what works best for everyone.


If more questions arise I’ll update this post.  In the meantime, I can’t wait to take this journey with all of you!  And thanks in advance for being a part of the conversation that helps mold this into its best possible existence!

Speaking of being part of the conversation – I’ve been thinking over the last day that we need a great camp name.  Anyone have any fun ideas?  Camp Focus?  Camp F Stop?  Crop Camp? Camp Don’t Say Cheese?  Hahaha.  Give me your most creative camp name and yours might be the one that I pick!

-Kerry

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MA Newborn Photography – Toy Story, Marvel and More

Newborn Photography featuring an Andy’s Room tribute, Thor the God of Thunder, and a tribute to a relative taken too soon.

Let’s dive in to this incredibly fun session.

When a client returns, it’s the highest honor I can receive and when they become lifelong clients, it’s the best feeling in the world.  This adorable baby is the youngest and newest sibling of the first newborn I ever worked with.*  And while I did his older brother’s newborn portraits as well, older brother is best known around these parts as Super Ben.

Now it’s Andy’s turn.  And when you’re name is Andy, and your family is made up of Pixar/Disney superfans, you get special setups just for you.  How FUN is this?!  Andy’s last name also rhymes nicely with Thor.  So his nickname, while in utero, was Thor D’Amore.  So obviously we needed a Thor shot as well.  The entire costume was made by his grandmother.  She is one talented (and lovely!) lady!  So she’s made many things for our sessions over the years  I especially love the button on the cape.

I am a sucker for milk spots (the tiny white dots babies get on their faces (technically called milia).  Andy’s were so lovely over the bridge of his nose.  I had to get a close up.

I’ve worked on three newborn sessions with these clients now.  They are definitely fans of props and images with a story.  Their ideas are always creative and fun and we have a blast putting them together.  Of all the ideas, Of all the setups – this next one is my favorite.

Andy’s grandfather passed away at a young age.  From what I’ve hear, he was a lovely man who was adored by his family.  Andy and his grandfather share a middle name so they decided to pay tribute to him.  Here, Andy lies in a suitcase, wrapped in the sleeve of his grandfather’s favorite shirt, with images of his grandfather surrounding him.  Atop the suitcase sits Grandfather’s sunglasses.

The “arm” wrapped around this sweet little boy gets me every time.   Yup, now I need to wipe my eyes again.

Thank you so much, D’ Family!  You’re the best and I adore you all so very much.  It is such an honor working with you and I cannot wait for our special session up in Maine this summer!!! Stay tuned, the rest of ye!

-Kerry:)

*if you want to see how far I’ve come since the early newborn years, take a look at that first session.  Oh my.

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MA Family Photographer – Emery Estate

Hey everyone!  The blog is back in action!

2016 was the year the blog died around here, but it’s time to bring it back!

I’ll be updating regularly with lots of images and lots of other fun stuff as well.  Getting back to one of my favorite parts of the business makes me so excited. Many of my 2016 clients were private people who didn’t want their session shared (which I completely honor) so I fell out of my routine. Excuses excuses!

For those clients who were happy to have their images posted, you can see all of them in the individual portfolio pages of my newly updated site.  How fantastic to start freshly with family portraits – one of my main focuses as a photographer.

Ironically, the last post on here is from the Halloween Mini Sessions back in October (oy!).  It’s ironic because that’s the day I met this wonderful mum!  She drove by and saw the event and immediately pulled over and asked for my info.  Since then we’ve had many a session planned but every. single. time. we got rained or snowed out!  We finally gave up and decided to wait until Spring.

Well Spring is finally here and our patience has been rewarded.  We got a GORGEOUS day in the hazy sun up at Emery Estate here in Weymouth.  We played hide and seek, we ran around, we hunted for tree nuts in the trees, and we went on bug finding expeditions.  My little friend here is two years old and as anyone who is a parent of a two year old knows, you’ve got to let them be the boss if you want them to cooperate in a situation like a portrait session.  She enjoyed being the boss and I enjoyed getting sneaky shots of everyone looking absolutely amazing when they didn’t even realize it.

There are SO many awesome images from this gallery that I’d love to share but my dear clients want me to just share three.  As always, your privacy is quite important to me so I’m happy to oblige and grateful that I get to share some at all.  I am so excited to now know this family.  I hope this is only just the first time we get to work together.  Maybe one day I can do a shoot just focused on dad’s EPIC beard.  Ha!

Happy Spring, everyone.

-Kerry:)

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Halloween 2016 – Irish Eyes Photography – Weymouth MA

Well it was yet another banner year for the Halloween Mini Sessions!  I had over ONE HUNDRED AND TEN characters drop by!  And that was even with the crazy rainstorms throughout the day!  I am so humbled by the turnout.  Thank you so much everyone!  I hope you had fun.  I know I sure did.

 

Because of the amount of images, I’ve made a little slideshow for you to peruse (one by one would take forever to load). Take a look at some of the hilarious fun we had (these are in completely random order for some reason this year.  I could sit and fix that but I figured I could better serve you by using that time to send your your images faster hahaha):

Which character was your favorite?  Everyone did such a great job and I LOVE the creativity that goes into these every year!

I also love that this has become a tradition for so many of you.  It really makes me happy to hear that and to see you all each year.

Parents: your individual emails will start going out this afternoon.  As mentioned, there are over one hundred of you, so please be patient.  Some may have to wait until tomorrow afternoon to go out.  If you haven’t heard from me in 48 hours, check back.

Thanks for a fantastic year everyone!  I will see some of you at the Christmas Card Sessions!  (Sunday is sold out but there are still a few spots on Saturday for those of you who were interested).

-Kerry:)

Pumpkins purchased from Nihtila Farm in Holbrook

Hay and Mums purchased from Christopher’s Garden Shop in Weymouth.

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Christmas Card Sessions – Pond Meadow Park – Irish Eyes Photography

Yesterday we all took a walk down memory lane and enjoyed some images from last year’s Christmas Card Sessions at Mistletoe Acres Tree Farm; the same place I’ll be holding my sessions this year.  But I would be remiss not to share the images from last year’s second location: Pond Meadow Park right here in Weymouth.  These families were SUCH A BLAST to work with and we seriously had the best time.  Take a look!

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Could this sweet freckled face girl be any more gorgeous?!  Those eyes!  Ah! irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-301

Last year I seemed to organically move into taking darker portraits – using the light in a more dramatic way instead of just going for the bright and poppy look.  I really love these deeper, more engaging images.  I try to constantly evolve through my art while staying true to myself as an artist and it’s been a really fun journey.  irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-308

I pulled Mum and Dad aside for a couple portraits of the two of them together.  I just adore this one of them laughing intimately together.  How lovely.irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-338

These two sisters were such a delight to work with again!

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Everyone loves a little side-eye for their Christmas Cards.irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-448

I’m pretty sure out of all the people I’ve ever photographed, ever, these kids had the most fun:

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A family with all beautiful girls…irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-601

…and a family with all hilarious boys!irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-672

This absolutely gorgeous girl and her beautiful pup did a great job.  irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-861irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-day2-887

My last family of the day came when the light was low and lovely.  They were such a beautiful family and I loved the colors they chose to wear.

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I’ll end it with a girl and her Daddy.  Look at this gorgeous duo.  Oh my, this image gets me every single time.

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The official Christmas Card Sessions this year are at Mistletoe Acres Tree Farm both days, but if you see this and you wish you had a session at Pond Meadow, we can always schedule a session just for you there!  It’s a beautiful spot.

I can’t wait to see what moments come out of the sessions this year!  Will you be there?  I hope so!  Click the contact button or email me at kerry@irisheyesphotography.org and we’ll get you on the list!

-Kerry:)

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Irish Eyes Photography at Mistletoe Acres Tree Farm

Last year I held my annual Christmas Card sessions at Mistletoe Acres Tree Farm in East Bridgewater, MA.  It was such a delightful spot!  I never got around to blogging these because I always have to wait until the holidays to show them off (so as to not ruin the suprises for my clients).  And then in the New Year it seems like old news.  Luckily, thanks to popular vote, I am headed BACK to the tree farm this year so I get to show off some favorites!  Take a look and see just how much fun we have at these sessions.irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-63irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-100irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-158irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-176

I’m insane over this sweet moment between brothers.  And of course, that hat! irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-254irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-274irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-283

What kid doesn’t love being upside down in their parents arms?!irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-379

These two and their cuddly blanket snuggle make me excited for Christmas and warm blankets every time I come across this image.

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I absolutely love it when the whole family gets in on the gig.irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-526

One of the best from the day.  I grabbed that sign as a last minute addition to the sessions.  I thought, hey, why not!?  And these kids totally rocked it.  I love that the littlest brother is looking back and pointing at his parents.  This family was so great!irish-eyes-photography-christmas-2015-583

Plaid is always a great look for these sessions.  This sweet little one looked so beautiful and festive!

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Bowties are always the right answer.  Especially on smiley babies.

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Model.

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Hehehe.

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This family.  So stunning.  So funny.

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It was getting dark for the last session so we got to do some really fun stuff with lighting.  I love these sweet kids.

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I am so excited for this year.  Last year I wasn’t sure if people would want to travel to the Tree Farm so I had the second day at a local park (I’ll share those images tomorrow).  This year, after asking my clients, I decided based on popular opinion that we’d go to the Tree Farm for BOTH days!  I can’t wait!  The property is gorgeous and I can’t wait to run around and play and create some great memories.  I hope you’ll join me!  While the majority of spots are sold out, there are still some left for both days.  These sessions are exclusive and limited so get yours booked today!  Here’s more about the event.

Hope to see you there!

-Kerry:)

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An Incredible First Anniversary Gift.

As you may know, there are supposedly guidelines for anniversary gifts.  Hallmark has the full list, if you’re interested.  Traditionally, the first anniversary is the “Paper Anniversary.”  The idea is, your gift has to have something to do with paper.

My sister Katie and her husband Chris just celebrated their Paper Anniversary.  Katie got Chris tickets to something awesome.  Tickets made of paper.  Well done.

Chris… well, Chris had me make Katie a photo album.  Sure, that’s a perfect and amazing gift anyway.  But this album was special.

You see, due to unforeseen circumstances, half of Katie’s wedding pictures were lost by her photographer’s assistant.  Luckily the photographer covered the entire event herself so 99% of the day was still there, just not as much of it.  Except one part:  the guys getting ready.  While the main photographer was capturing us ladies getting ready, the assistant captured the fellas.  Where the main photographer was with us the entire time, that meant all of those photos were lost.  Katie and Chris were obviously bummed.  Katie was really bummed.  She wanted to see that part of the day so badly.

Immediately upon hearing this news, Chris sent me a message and said, “I want to recreate it.  You on board?”  And I of course said yes!

With the exception of one of Chris’ brothers who lives waaay up north in Maine and couldn’t make it down, ALL of the guys showed up for Chris.  This unquestioning support within their group is astounding.  It’s truly a beautiful thing and I am so in awe of it!  While their suits didn’t match (as they did on that day), and the location was different (we used my parent’s basement/backyard which was where we ladies got ready but all the other spots the fellas went to weren’t available), the images from our setup are as close to the real thing as you can possibly get.  And even if every detail was somehow wrong, the LOVE was certainly there.  This was such an amazing thing to be a part of!

Here are some of my favorites:IrishEyesPhotographyMcGrathRedo2016-169

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If you know Katie, you know about her love for dinosaurs.

So this happened…

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And here is the entire gallery for your viewing pleasure.

 

 

 

 

Fellas, if you’re reading this, THANK YOU for doing such an incredible thing for my sister (and brother in law too!).  I am so honored to have been a part of this!  And if you’re not yet married, yes, you should hire me for YOUR wedding.  Hahaha

-Kerry:)

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Irish Eyes Photography – Burke/Cakouros Wedding – Holliston MA

Recently my… hmmm… second cousin twice removed?… got married down South.  They had a beautiful fancy wedding and have been enjoying wedded bliss since.  Her mother, my…. second cousin???… decided they needed a party up here for all the people who weren’t able to travel to celebrate on the big day.  So they threw an intimate, more casual affair right in their hometown.  Close family and friends came and danced and laughed and it was an incredibly joyful night.  Now, second cousins twice removed would not have been able to get on the small guest list… but when certain second cousins twice removed are professional photographers, they’re able to be hired to photograph the event for an incredible family.  I’m so lucky I got to be there!

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Aren’t they the most lovely family?!?!!?  At their wedding they had a local professional photographer so they didn’t need intimate portraits of the couple or families.  But I had to zip the immediate family outside for a couple shots.  The grounds of Anthony’s on the Green at the Pinecrest Golf Club were too lovely to ignore!

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P.s. I love that the bride snabbed a more casual white dress for this shindig.  She’s wearing her original veil and came in on the same scooter (yes, you read that right, they entered their receptions on scooters), but the adorable shorter dress on this hot July day was the perfect switch.

So here’s the family connection: This beautiful lady below is my Mum (dancing with my Dad).  She is first cousin of the Mother of the Bride.  Making the Mother of the Bride my second cousin (I think) which I assume makes the bride my second cousin twice removed.  If you know whether my summations are right or wrong, I’d love for you to comment either on this post or the Facebook page because I would love to know!  Hahaha.IrishEyesPhotographyBurkeReception2016-476-Edit

Thanks for asking me to be a part of your special day, my lovely cousins! I had the best time!

To see more from this gallery, click here.  You’ll need to get the password from one of my cousins.  Removed or not.  Hahaha.

-Kerry:)

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My #1 Bestseller: Albums

A couple of weeks after your sitting with me is over, you’ll come to my home studio to view your pictures and place your order.  I have a large number of options for prints, canvases, frames, personalized designs, etc.  Ever since I added these albums to my offerings a few years ago, they have become my #1 seller.  It makes perfect sense; what a wonderful way to get all of your favorite images in one beautifully made, handcrafted, built-to-last place.  I am IN LOVE with these albums – every single one comes back so insanely gorgeous.  I am thrilled that my clients have these to show off in their homes, in addition to their wall art.

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Every single album is designed for you, by me.  Gone are the days of picking images to suit the album; I build the album around your favorite images.

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The full, layflat pages are my favorite feature.  While the image below shows the book slightly closed, the book lies completely flat so that image covers the entire spread, uninterrupted by a spine.

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The albums are especially perfect for lifestyle sessions.  This session here was a twin newborn lifestyle session.  It tells the story of life at home with TWO new babies.  Including the all important task of making more coffee – sometimes interrupted by a spontaneous kiss.

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There are several options for the album available.  Ironically, this is a 12×8 Lilac album; the only other time I featured images of a clients album online it was also a 12×8 Lilac album!  The Lilac turned out to be my most popular color option which I initially found surprising but I LOVE that people go for a color!

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The rattle you see photographed is the gift that all my newborns (and teething infants) receive just for working with me.  It’s handmade locally, 100% natural and safe, and the amazing woman who makes them for me hand paints my logo on each and every one.  Incredible!

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F Family Lifestyle Session – Irish Eyes Photography – Norwell, MA

Let me introduce you to the F Family.  My intern Anna and I had the BEST TIME working and playing with them in their lovely home.  We had a lifestyle session planned – which means we would be photographing everything photojournalistically.  We would follow them around as their day unfolded and capture them living their lives.  As soon as we arrived, Big Sister gave us the grand tour of the house and we got to see all the things that were special to her.  Little Brother had a great time crawling around and showing us the lay of the land.  It was a day filled with cuddles, laughter, a couple of tears (which some good snuggling easily mended), and lots of goofballery.  Yes, I’m declaring goofballery is a word now.

This session in all its loveliness speaks for itself in the images, so let’s take a look:

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The image below has some unplanned magic in it; Little Brother was playing and somehow seemed to get hurt.  He snuggled his Mumma and I caught this sweet shot.  Which is sweet enough on its own, but then look at the framed painting on the wall in the background.  I LOVE how they’re mirror images!  So cool.Irish Eyes Photography F Family 2016-307Irish Eyes Photography F Family 2016 002Irish Eyes Photography F Family 2016-196Irish Eyes Photography F Family 2016-116Irish Eyes Photography F Family 2016-108

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We’ll end on the one posed shot of the bunch.  This little ham had to get dressed up as a princess and pose for a few before the paparazzi left the house.

The F Family came to see their gallery at their viewing session and created a few different installations of wall art for their home.  Large scale pieces for their family room, the hallway and the playroom.  The great thing about it is, each installation has a different feel; playful images for the playroom, cuddles for the family room, etc.  It’s fun to create little stories for each space.  And to tell the entire story of this session, they bought a gorgeous album that they can open and experience whenever they want.

Thanks for such a great visit, F Family!  Anna and I had a blast working with you!!

-Kerry:) (and Anna too!)

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Four Generations – Canton MA – Irish Eyes Photography

A client sent me a message saying she has four generations of fellas on her husband’s side and could we do a session to celebrate that?  The answer was ABSOLUTELY!  We got everyone together on a beautiful day in February and went onto the back porch of their home to take these images – a special gift for Great-Grandfather’s NINETY-SEVENTH birthday.  I had each fine gentleman hold an empty frame and simply pose as they would.  I wanted them to look as natural and ‘themselves’ as possible  I played with angling a bit and that was it!  It was that simple.  When I got back to my office, I worked some Photoshop magic on it and we had an amazing heirloom image to be celebrated by many, for many generations. Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016

They used the frame in the image to frame the print making the final product look so sleek and perfect.  It was an amazing idea!  She definitely won “best gift” at the big birthday celebration.  What everyone remarked upon the most is how each personality is captured perfectly. I love that every one of them is so similar yet so different.  It’s one of those images you look at and find something new to think about it every time you look at it.

One of my favorite details that you can’t see is, we took these at my clients’ home (my clients are the youngest Dad and his wife…their son is the little boy in the image).  For this part of the story, we’ll name these guys Great-Grandad, Granddad, Dad and Boy.  So, Granddad bought this house with his wife and brought up Dad there.  Then Dad (and wife) bought the home from Granddad and now lives there with Boy (along with Wife and Girl).  So, not only is the image full of generational history, but so is the backdrop; that brick is the chimney of the home where three out of four of these fellas lived/live.  How fitting.  (Were you able to follow all of that?!?!)

Finished with our most important work, we moved on to take a few more shots of the guys together, and then went inside to play.

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Every boy wants me to take a picture of their butt.  Every boy.  And I always oblige.  It’s one of my secret weapons.  If I agree to take a butt shot, they’ll agree to give me a nice smile later.  Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016-04

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Many of you might recognize this from Leap Day this year.  It was my “Happy Leap Day” social media post.  I couldn’t resist!Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016-06

Now that we were just playing around, Sis got in on the fun too!  Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016-07

This next one is completely candid.  Let the kids have fun at a photo session and you’ll get magic like this.Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016-08

I seem to be revealing all my tricks today.  Here’s another: we coerced Grandmum to get into a photo with the kiddos.  How did I get the kids to have such awesome smiles?  I told them a secret.Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016-09

“Psst: Guys.  OK come in close so no one hears the secret.  Here’s what we’re going to do.  You go over there and smile nicely for the camera.  When I say ‘go,’ you GET ‘EM!”  Kids love secrets and they love evil plans.  It’s even better when the other subjects don’t know the plan.  I love the reactions of the grandparents here! Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016-10

Can’t leave without a family portrait!  Mum and Sis weren’t planning on being in any shots but I LOVE this one.  Such a fun family to work with and to know. Irish-Eyes-Photography-4-Generations-2016-11

Thanks for a great session everyone!  I’m so glad you suggested this idea to me!  It’s been such a fun journey!

-Kerry:)

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First Communion and Family Portraits – Irish Eyes Photography – Weymouth MA

I’m excited to show you this session, friends.  I was asked to take First Communion portraits of the beautiful and lovely S.  As soon as my intern Anna and I arrived, she was all ready to go and looked absolutely stunning in her gown and veil.  It was a beautiful but chilly day, so we headed outside to take some shots while we had good light and wouldn’t get too cold.  I love that their home is the background for these images.  It becomes a character in the story of this special time.

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It was chilly but S was a trooper.  She told us absolutely hilarious stories about her and her best friend.  There was no trouble getting a smile out of this kid!

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When we had had our share of the chilly outdoors, we went inside.  There was beautiful light pouring in from upstairs.  I had S stand at the bottom and look up, hands clasped in prayer. No special equipment or techniques here, folks.  Just finding the light and knowing how to use it.Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-03

The light in their home was amazing everywhere.  Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-04

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Once we captured some great shots of S in her gown, she changed out of it and we moved on to family shots.  Little Brother D was not interested.  His mother saw this image, laughed out loud, and immediately purchased it.  Sometimes we don’t need the images of everyone smiling directly at the camera; we need the ones that capture our loved ones’ personalities.  This image captured Little Brother in all his two-year-old glory.  The black and white not only added to the mood, but is also a mirror to a toddler’s world: black and white (I speak from currently being in the trenches of a two-year-old boy’s life).  Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-07

This image is beautiful to me because of the way Mum and Dad are doting on their children and the children are completely unaware.  Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-08Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-09

Family portraits in front of their amazing dining room window.  They had white gauzy curtains hung up so it created this lovely diffused light.  It was like bringing a studio with me! Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-10

I always ask if Mum and Dad want some shots together alone.  It’s nice to take a moment and celebrate the two people that brought all this love into the world and made a home and a life together.  Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-12

I absolutely love this last one.  So in love.  So much joy.  Life is beautiful.Irish-Eyes-Photography-First-Communion-2016-11

Thanks for allowing me into your beautiful home, D Family!  Anna and I had such a great time with all of you.  Your home and your family are full of so much joy and light.  Thanks for letting us capture it.

-Kerry:)

(and Anna too!)

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Copyright Infringement.

This morning I awoke to a message from a client.  The same message she’s had to send me a number of times.  You see, an image I took of her son has become very widespread on the interwebs, but not in the right way.  Here’s the link to the original story.

This time, someone turned him into an internet meme.  And not a nice one, either.  I’m flabbergasted.

Since my original post on this issue, the stolen post has come up a number of times.  And every time I have to stop what I’m doing and write cease and desist pleas to the person who is spreading the image.  Then I have to report said image to all the powers that be (Facebook/Pinterest/etc).  That’s when I’m “lucky” enough to have the image posted on forums that have a course of action.  I don’t have such luck and then I have to rely on strangers doing the right thing.  Sometimes, as in the case noted in the original story linked above, people realize it’s an issue and take it down immediately.  Other times, people aren’t so nice.

I don’t watermark images to get my logo noticed.  I do it to help deter people from stealing said images and using them inappropriately.  A photographer acquaintance was driving down the highway one day and saw a billboard (a billboard!) for some sort of horrible disease that takes the lives of children.  And on that billboard was the image of HER child – an image she had taken.  The child was alive and well and the image had been used wholly without permission.  She was flabbergasted that someone would do such a thing.  It’s awful.

I used to watermark my images with a big colorful logo on it in the negative space of the image (somewhere where it was out of the way).  Then I had an image of MY daughter stolen that had had such a watermark and someone went ahead and edited it out before claiming it as their own and spreading it all around the internet.  So now, I use a smaller, lower opacity watermark (because I don’t want to ruin my images with a big honking logo) but I place it somewhere where it’s always ON the person somehow (usually around the jaw/neck).  It makes it less easy to edit out.  Of course, people still do.

I’m such a stickler for privacy and for protecting my clients that sometimes I want to get rid of my online presence all together.  To expand a photography business (or any business) in any way, the pro’s suggest sharing all over the place, entering photography contests, and using social media.  It was entering a (reputable) contest that got me into this mess in the first place with my now famous image (haha, not famous enough to win the contest though!).  I stopped sharing images directly onto Facebook a long time ago, though there’s the rare occasion that I share something like a group album from an event (such as the photobooth at the N.I.C.E Conference I just attended).  And it’s only been recently that I’ve braved having a public Instagram account.  I’ve really been enjoying the sense of community that comes with it.  And now I want to close all of these accounts down and hope people call me without ever being able to see any of my work.

In this day in age, I would go out of business immediately.  So, I do everything I can to protect my work and I hope for the good in people.  Most days, people are good.  Some days, even my clients don’t listen and I have to have uncomfortable conversations about taking cell phone images during sessions and why that’s against the contract they signed.  Or I have to spend hours tracking down the best course of action for strangers who steal images of little kids.  It’s exhausting and debilitating and sad.

My work is my passion.  I’m one of the lucky ones who’s making a living out of doing what they love.  I am honored by all the people I work with.  It’s also the way we pay for the extra’s around here.  It’s dance lessons and swim lessons for the kids, clothes and shoes when we need them, etc.

I feel very trampled on right now.  And of course, the mother involved in this story is beside herself with rage.  Her son is now an internet meme that’s been shared thousands of times.  The person who did it thinks its hilarious that the mother is upset (I haven’t actually made contact with him yet…I’m leaving that up to the officials so far) and refuses to take it down.  I’ve reported the images to all the powers that be, I’ve done my due diligence (yet again).  I am talking to a lawyer (I can’t believe I have to do that).  No matter how many times we feel like we have this situation under control, it comes back and rears its ugly head.

Friends, if you see an image of a child and it’s shared without any sort of credit or original location (such as in a meme or one of those random “how cute is this kid” posts we often see), please don’t share it.  That’s someone’s child.  An innocent.  That image itself is someone’s intellectual property.  Unless you can be sure it’s being shared with permission, don’t share it.  Be the change you wish to see.  And always credit the professionals who are doing right by you.  Or trying to, anyway.

Thanks for listening.

-Kerry

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