Category Archives: personal work

my colorado trip – august 2009

Meet my friend Erica.  I’ll share her story here as it’s one that indeed should be told.  She is an inspiration! Erica and I grew up together and have similar family backgrounds.  She was a soccer star in  Chatham, NJ – the only girl goalie on a boys teams.  Badass!  I’ll spare you the embarrassing…

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  • Erica Stockford

    According to my Mom, you were supposidly the bad influence! You forgot to mention the late night trip to the Summit Police Department. Great Pics! Thanks for the memories! You are the best.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful. Made me cry. Nice Laura baby.ReplyCancel

  • Oh, I didn’t forget to mention that – I omitted it! 🙂 This is a family blog for Christ Sakes!ReplyCancel

  • a gorgeous family and adorable children…clearly love is spread all the way around! SO happy she is cancer free! She is so pretty! Thanks for sharing her story with us!

  • Just tears because there are no words for me to describe the beauty and emotion of this.
    Your pictures say it all, amazing Laura. Thank you both for sharing yourselves with all of us.ReplyCancel

  • Jeanne

    Very beautiful pictures, Laura. Amazing and touching. Lol to the zoolander shout out!ReplyCancel

  • Thank you everyone.ReplyCancel

  • Peter

    These are such beautiful photo’s, Laura. I’m happy to hear that Erica is doing well. She has a beautiful family! You captured their happiness and the natural beauty of where they live perfectly!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Hi Erica! Your kids are adorable! Idigm sidigo hidigappidigy yidigou idigare didigoididiging widigell. Love ya! Nice face Laura!!!ReplyCancel

  • Just beautiful. Thank you for sharing the story and such gorgeous photos. And thank you to Erica for sharing about the late night trip in Summit. 😉 Good times!ReplyCancel

  • Thanks everyone. She’s awesome 😉ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful pictures (as always), a beautiful woman, beautiful kids — and what a beautiful friendship you have there. You rock!ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    Beautiful pictures… especially those kids! Love the story as well…. Congrats to Erica!ReplyCancel

  • M

    Beautiful. Your pictures, and story, moved me to tears. Erica and her family are beautiful. I am so happy to hear she’s kicked cancer in the ass!ReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    What BEAUTIFUL pictures with a BEAUTIFUL woman and her family! God Bless!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Simms

    Gorgeous photos!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa

    Beautiful Story…Beautiful Photos. Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

A flood is coming…

Happy New Year! I’m happy to be back from some time off and ready to rock and roll in 2010!  I feel like I’m constantly saying how exciting things are going around here – I’m really looking forward to 2010! I’ve been building up on blog topics ova here!  Seriously, hold onto your hats in…

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  • Jen Killeen

    I’ve been waiting for this one. It’s awesome..that is one of my favorite buildings! Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • P.S. There are more where this came from!ReplyCancel

  • Peter

    Great photo! Michael and I love the flat iron building. We also love Madison Square Park right across the street. It’s up the block from where i work.ReplyCancel

happy holidays, 2009 & service announcement

Merry Everything, Blog visitors. It’s been a great and FAST year – I apologize that Shoot-Scoop has been lagging lately.  I miss blogging!    The great news is the staff is growing here. Yay!  Announcements and blog posts will be picking up in the new year.  As well as a refreshed look for my Website,…

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  • Wendy Ramos

    Your not the only one who is disappointed! I love looking at your photos and reading your blog!
    The Bruen Family Card is beyond gorgeous. Once again I cannot fathom where your creativity comes from and how endless it is.
    Wishing you and Yours a Fabulous Christmas and A Very Happy New Year!

  • I’m missing your holiday house tour, too! Alas…I hardly got holiday cards in the mail this year so I’m not one to talk. 🙂 Your cards are GORGEOUS. Love, love, love. I hope you’re decompressing after your big week of partying and Santa Claus…and have a wonderful, happy and healthy 2010!!ReplyCancel

  • Great work, nothing short of amazing!ReplyCancel

happy birthday nana

My Nana is 89 this December. Happy Birthday Nana. I love you!

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halloween 2009

This Halloween was fantastic.  Had a great time with my kids and got together latter on with some of her school friends and the parent.   I watched my daughter go through an extreme costume transformation.  On Friday, Emma was Tinkerbell. Doesn’t she look angelic? We somehow misplace the wings overnight (which we have located), but…

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  • Paulina & Christian Gravier

    These are some great pictures! You and the kids look great. Where’s Jimmy’s costume 🙂 ?ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Larson

    Luke and Michael had a WICKED good time.
    Thank you!
    I love that skeleton candle – creepy.ReplyCancel

  • I love the make-up and the crazy hair! You look awesome. And I’m kind of loving that your daughter chose to be a vampire…I think she’s primed and ready for the next Asbury Park Zombie Walk. 😉ReplyCancel

  • Laura – you aren’t kidding! I think she’d gladly participate. Maybe next year!

    Michelle – I’m glad they had a good time, that candle is supposed to ooze red wax out of the eyes but we didn’t let it burn long enough.

    Paulina, of course, Jimmy didn’t wear one. Next year!ReplyCancel

  • Your daughter is totally scaring the crap out of me! (Scary children are so much more scary than adults could ever be! If you don’t believe me, go watch pet cemetary!)

    Love your Halloween decorations – great way to hide the fog machine. But how did you plug it in out there?ReplyCancel

  • Mrs. Limestone – Thanks! Yes, I totally agree, kids dressed scary are totally scarier than grown-ups. We actually have outdoor outlets and extension cords running.ReplyCancel

  • Maggie

    your pics are great, your daughters are adorable, love the vampire blood on your eldest and your house looks awesome…ReplyCancel

  • Thanks Maggie. I still have a hard time looking at her in that photo of her hissing – it scares me!! 🙂ReplyCancel