Category Archives: Families

Family portrait session (Diana, Seth, & H) – Wellesley, MA

Those eyes. Oh my goodness. I can’t even stand it. Those sweet eyes paired with his sweet smile and the charming handsaw – yes, I said handsaw. This little guy arrived with his very own (toy) saw and was determined to cut down a tree before the session ended. He was less interested in the fact that he’ll soon be a big brother; a concept far too abstract for him in the moment. But soon enough, he will be able to show all of the woodworking tools to a new little playmate.

Diana and Seth, congratulations on your new little bundle-to-be! What happy news!

Family portrait session (Kathleen, Matt, P, + J) – Wakefield, MA

Whenever these kiddos cross our house, I smile, whether they are walking, biking, scooting, running – their cute little faces brighten up our neighborhood like no other. Take a look for yourself and you’ll see why. There is a joy in their eyes and a sparkle in their hearts, that warms the street. How thankful I am to have such great company so close by.

Kathleen and Matt, thank you so much for sharing these smiles with me!

Family portrait session (Crystal, Greg, E, + T) – Wakefield, MA

This session felt a little different than last year when they had their dog, Bruno, join in for the last part. Sadly, he passed away earlier this fall and they are all missing him. But they still brought along their infectious smiles and cuteness factor. We couldn’t have asked for a nicer fall day!

Crystal and Greg, thank you so much, especially this year, for your trust in capturing your awesome family!

Family portrait session – Stoneham, MA

This little cutie pie was not short on smiles, even after she tried to eat a leaf and taste her toes (shoes). Unbeknownst to you, little one, the world is in a bit of disarray at the moment but surely, it is a happier place with you in it!

Wishing you all a healthy and happy fall/winter season!

Family portrait session (Shavawn, Chris, + kiddos) – Winchester, MA

About 8 months ago, I was in their living room photographing little H who was celebrating his first birthday. The world, since then, has been turned upside down but these kids seem no worse for the wear. They are as cute as ever and seem, for the most part, happily unaware of all the changes that have taken place this year. Hopefully, this won’t even be a memory for them as they get older!

Shavawn and Chris, thanks so much for continuing to trust me to capture these small moments. Sweet big sister never fails to make me have a good chuckle with an outtake keeper!

photographystephanie goryl

stephanie [at] stephaniegorylphotography [dot] com

Wakefield, MA

(just north of Boston)