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As a mom I know how quickly time passes and fast kids grow. I believe that that there is beauty in every stage of life and the little everyday moments of connection. That's why I love photographing families.

However little or big your kids are are right now, there are things at this stage of your child’s life that you'll want to remember.

Maybe it’s the way your newborn fits comfortably in the crook of your arm and the gorgeous grin she makes as she gazes up at you.

Maybe it’s how your toddler tugs on your hair when he’s tired, or your son’s sweet smile, with his missing front teeth.

Maybe it’s the way your daughter’s wispy curls sparkle in the sunshine and blow wildly in the wind. Or, maybe it’s the joyful expression your tween or teen makes when your husband hugs him close.

Whether it's the quiet and sweet moments or the silly, lighthearted ones that come with all the chaos and craziness of family life, I'll capture your moments and turn them into treasured memories.   

I'm Debbie, a Scotch Plains Family Photographer and I'm here to give you a relaxed and fun photography experience that results in beautiful, meaningful and natural images of your family.

Let's document the moments that matter most today - the ones you never want to forget tomorrow.

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Besides my passion for capturing memories, I love nature, spending time outdoors with my family, long walks and hiking. I'm a baseball momma and love watching my son play ball. I can't live without hugs and hot tea.  Yoga and meditation keep me calm. Pretty flowers make me smile and Summer is my favorite season because in New Jersey it means beach weather, Jersey berries, and there is nothing that compares to Jersey tomatoes. But I also love fall foliage, crisp air, cozy sweaters, and snuggling on the sofa with my husband and son, and our crazy cats Bella and Luna, no matter what the season.

A Little More About Me

“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
                                                       ~ELLIOTT ERWITT