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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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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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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