My name is Wendy and I am a South Jersey photographer specializing in child and family portraiture, with a focus on special needs kids. As the mother to a child with autism, I have a special place in my heart for special needs children, and am very comfortable working with them no matter what those needs might be. I know the stress and effort that can be involved when portrait time rolls around - I've been there! My goal for your photo shoot is for everyone to actually enjoy the experience, even the kids! I focus on giving my clients a fun experience that ends with wonderful memories to cherish, display and fall in love with. Everyone deserves to have beautiful family photos- so click here to contact me if you have
been putting it off.
I have always had a camera in my hand from the time I was a child (all the way back to the days of 110 film), and I have honed my skills for digital photography over the last fifteen years. I continue to participate in workshops and online learning as much as I can, most recently as the single in person student in Meg Bitton's "No Excuses - Finding Locations" workshop, where I learned to find the beauty in even the most mundane places. What this means for you is that I am continually learning new things, finding better ways to do my job and staying up to date with current trends and technology.
Currently I shoot on location, generally within 20 miles of Burlington, NJ. I am happy to meet at your home or a park where your family will be comfortable, but if you prefer a studio experience, come and check out our beautiful natural light studio in historic Burlington City. The studio is easy to access, right off the Burlington-Bristol Bridge, close to the NJ Turnpike, Route 295 and Route 130. I'm close to Philadelphia, Bucks County, Cherry Hill and Hamilton, and I am always up for a trip to the Jersey shore! Give me a call today so we can plan your no-stress session and create some memories that will last a lifetime.
To learn more or just chat about the possibilities, click here to contact me!