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Fall Family Photo Time!

Family Fall Portrait Sessions still available now through November 19th, 2015.


What is included?
During our session we will take several photos that I will edit and send to you via a link for you to view. You will receive a digital gallery of images and select your favorites. You can order prints directly form the site or download the files and have them printed at a service of your choice.  I proudly use SmugMug and my clients have always been thrilled with the outcome.
Copyright and print release included.

Mini Family Session- One Family

$175.00-20 minutes
Group Sitting and images of individual child/children time permitting.
Approximately 16-20 Images to choose from

Single Family Session- One Family
$325.00- 60 Minutes
Group Sitting,Shots of individual Children and  a Sibling Pose, time permitting.
Full Digital Gallery

Extended Family Plus Session-
$650.00- 90 Minutes
Session will include an Extended Family Group pose, Individual Families pose, individual child/children poses,  and sibling, cousin pose etc.
Full Digital Gallery

How do I make an Appointment?
Please call or email to set up an appointment! 917-202-8968 info@brianjamesphotostudio.com





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Fall For the Arts Festival

Sunday October 6th (Raindate Sunday October 13th)

11 am to 5 pm

Each year Chestnut Hill welcomes Autumn with The Chestnut Hill Fall for the Arts Festival.  Everyone is invited to enjoy a day of art, music, culinary delights and boutique shopping as Germantown Avenue, between Willow Grove and Rex Avenues is transformed into an outdoor arts and crafts marketplace.

Chestnut Hill will serve as a backdrop for more than 150 talented artists from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and from as far away as New Mexico. A fabulous array of artistic choices will be on display including oils, watercolors, etchings, photography, sculpture, pottery, wood crafts, jewelry and accessories but that’s not all!

Germantown Avenue will be closed to all vehicular traffic as fine arts and crafts, live entertainment on two stages, exhibits, and children’s rides and activities, take place up and down the street  between the 8000 and 8600 blocks of Germantown Avenue . Visitors can stroll the Avenue to view and purchase fine arts and crafts, enjoy live music or dine al fresco. Children can create their own works of art in sand or wood or choose a favorite ride in a special amusement park. Admission to the festival is free.

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Farm Day!

Such a fun shoot! Ridgely was not as excited as his big sister Emlyn

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