You could say that that this is a true statement: I rarely shoot maternity.
For a long time , as i've stated before, i decided it wasn't for me. When i first started my career as a wedding photographer, i would immediately and kindly, pass maternity shoots along to other photographers and be on my way. But as i've grown as an artist and as my career has advanced, i've discovered that yes, the wedding day is amazing, and yes it's a beautiful celebration, but how much more beautiful is the celebration that two people have come together and through love, are bringing another life into this world?
So, this story brings me to a amazing apartment in Brooklyn, New York, where two people who met in a very unconventional way found themselves in a situation they never would have expected and are embracing the change that life brought them with ease, grace, and a whole lot of love.
On a side note: I will now be taking select lifestyle family and maternity shoots, because there is so much more love out their to document, i can't just contain it to weddings anymore.
Meet Adam, Ali, and soon to be, baby Aivey.
I can't wait to meet her.
Guys, i just love New York.