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What do I do with my Family Film? | Long Island & NYC Family Films

One of my clients asked me recently, "What do I do with my family film?" She told me that she has the family film we created last summer on her Facebook page, but she is not sure what else to do with it. This is such a good and valid question! Films are different in many ways from photographs, and one of the major differences is that they are sort of intangible! You can't hang a film up on your wall. So what can you do with it??

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A Year of Moving Pictures: April | Long Island, New York Family Films

This month's film was a real challenge - black and white! I love how it turned out though! Come on in to see what I created!

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A Year of Moving Pictures: March | Long Island, New York Family Films

This was a busy month, but I managed to squeeze in two little memory films of our family. I shot an A Day in the Life, which I shared with you a few weeks ago, and I also took some footage during our Easter Sunday, which I threw together into a quick film. This one isn't going to win any awards, but seeing the moments together is a just a reminder of how special this little movies are.

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Introducing FIRST YEAR STORIES | Long Island, New York Newborn Photography

I am excited to announce FIRST YEAR STORIES: a brand new package that celebrates the newest member of your family. First Year Stories are a bundle of three sessions that document your child's first year. 

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A Day in the Life: March 2016 | Long Island, New York Family Films & Videography

Last week I captured our day on video. This is the fourth March in a row that I have filmed an "A Day in the Life" for our family, and what a treat it is to look back on them now. Come on in and take a look!

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A Year of Moving Pictures: February | Long Island, New York Family Films

This month's film is dedicated to my daughter, Lila. She is at the age where she is asserting her independence and pushing limits. We butt heads a lot. I wanted to make something that she could look back on and see just how much she is loved, despite it all. She may not know it, but my heart has been hers since the day she was born. 

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