At Home With the M Family | New York and Connecticut Lifestyle Photography

I believe that connection is a crucial piece in making intimate and compelling photos. On one level or another I connect with all of the subjects of my images. Of course, it’s not always a deep and lasting connection, but sometimes it’s the conduit for a lifetime of friendship. It’s a part of the job that scares and excites me every time: I walk into a client’s home—usually with small children around—and have to find a way to connect (pretty quickly) enough to be able to create images that will evoke emotion. This part of picture taking has absolutely nothing to do with my camera. I’m never really sure I’ve done it until I get home and look through the photos a few times. But as I left this family’s home, Mom hugged me, and I had a good feeling that I’d succeeded. I hope she thinks so. Thank you M Family for allowing me into your beautiful home to document your silly, warm and wonderful family.

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Fall Family Fun | Westchester County NY, NYC + Fairfield County CT Family Photographer

It’s not something I’ll ever tire of saying: when clients come to me year after year to mark the milestones and document the growth of their family, I get butterflies. What an amazing privilege and honor to witness and record the life and stages of a family. Instead of prattling on about how it makes me feel, though, I’ll just let the images speak for themselves.

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Best of Luck Emma! {Brooklyn + New York City Senior Photographer}

I love photographing High School Seniors and Beautiful Emma was no exception. She was cooperative and easy-going and knew exactly what she wanted out of her Senior Photos. She selected the location —DUMBO, Brooklyn, with spectacular views of New York City and loads of urban texture and color.  Emma, I hope you love your photos and that they remind you of your high school years in NYC. I wish you all good things for whatever comes next for you.

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Welcome Baby Brother | Westchester Lifestyle Photography

I’m always honored when a family invites me in to their lives to document part of their story. But when I’m asked back, year after year, I feel especially grateful for the opportunity to mark the growth and development of a family. In addition to photographing these sweet and beautiful girls at school the past two years, I’ve had the pleasure of documenting them with their Mom and Dad at home as well. This time, our session included their brand new baby brother and Grandmother too! When I arrived, I was greeted with hugs and colorful drawings. Really, this session couldn’t have been more perfect.amy_drucker_lifestyle _photography_c_family

Oh yes, the icing on the cake for me: seeing my artwork decorating their living room walls. Nothing makes me happier then knowing my images are being enjoyed every day.amy drucker lifestyle and portrait photography

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  • Kim Schmidt - Amy, you NAILED this session. I can see some of the techniques we learned from Michele in these photos. You took it and RAN! Love them all.ReplyCancel

    • Amy - Thank you so much Kim! It’s been fun this summer – integrating some of the techniques we learned from Michele!ReplyCancel