Just One Moment and its ExtraOrdinary

Just One Moment and its ExtraOrdinary
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My images are real, filled with emotion combined with light and finely composed and edited so you don’t get lost in the muck. There are so many factors that I bring with my camera kit that can’t be packaged and taught with a Youtube video. I combine patience and perseverance, with humor and aspiration and use both my instincts and aesthetic to compose what I call “The ExtraOrdinary Moment”.
Reach out to me to hear more about what I do. I love to talk about it and believe I can do it for you whether you’re a family, brand or corporation.

It could be any morning…

It could be any morning…
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These pics might not be documentary shots of an ordinary day but I think I captured that feeling all parents have of those moments in our hectic lives that are frameable. We are so craz busy these days and we think about photography as something to invest in when we need that perfect christmas picture. Seriously the pix that mean the most to us will be the ordinary moments that can be crafted to capture our extra-ordinary lives..! Don’t you thin?
I thank Suzy for her trust in me as a friend but mostly for her faith in me as an artist!
If you like these pix, check out http://www..suebarr.com or http://www.suebarrphoto.om

A brother just for me!

A brother just for me!
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International and domestic adoption, surrogacy, joint parenting contracts, and artificial insemination with donor eggs and sperm banks are all the options available to creating a family. It is mind boggling to think of all the different ways these choices can be combined to conceive your dream of parenting. Conception chronicles just a few of the loving homes that have used these alternative means to conceive their own nuclear family.

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a baby carriage

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a baby carriage
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These images are about my personal project, Conception. My project, which is so near and dear to my soul, is about family in this millenium and it features the new norm that is no longer defined by race, gender, religion or marital status. It’s about creating a family becuase as an adult you have that need to nurture the next generation on a personal level. The majority of Americans still raise their children to believe in the “traditional” idea of family. There is definitely nothing wrong with tradition but our kids should be raised with the belief that whatever path their life takes it’s OK. We can let our children know that they can have it all, just as long as they know ALL is by thier own definition.