Boudoir Session

February 10, 2017  •  2 Comments
I’ve got a question for you: What would it take for you to do a boudoir photo shoot? Whoa, that’s a loaded question! Most of the women who come to me for a boudoir shoot tend to be in their early 30’s. Some are in their late 20’s. They feel beautiful, and “in their prime” and want to capture these years “before it all goes downhill”, so to speak....
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Backstage Pass - Richard Rosario Photographs Maternity & Newborns

January 05, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
3D Imaging From 3 Different Angles Series Every business and every entrepreneur knows the basic 101 rule of business is to first know your business message and image in order to know your target audience. Our message comes from our passion and personal goals. For me it goes without saying; if you’ve worked with me, know me, or have been following...
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Gratitude Video for 2016

December 31, 2016  •  1 Comment
It’s been quite a year, hasn’t it? We’ve been through a lot together in 2016. We’ve lost beloved icons. Our election year took us all on a wild roller coaster ride. At times, the entire planet seemed to be in turmoil. But there were things to celebrate, too. The Chicago Cubs won the World Series, the USA Olympic Team brought home the gold, West Afr...
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Volunteering

December 21, 2016  •  3 Comments
Anyone who knows me knows that I am sucker for volunteering and jumping in to help. Around the holidays I tend to do many free photo events because I feel that a picture transcends time. As years pass, a photo becomes a treasured source of reflection on special moments and the good ole days. That one day of volunteering my services can bring someon...
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Brew + Santa + Free Pictures = Toy Drive

December 15, 2016  •  1 Comment
Last Saturday, I spent the afternoon taking free pictures with Santa at Brew Coffee House as part of their holiday toy drive. Brew Coffee House is a cozy spot serving a wonderful selection of baked goods and the best local warm coffee drinks. The people are friendly and when they go they stay for a while, making it a perfect place for cold days lik...
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Photographing Christmas Lights

December 08, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
It’s Christmas season and time for presents, and the hustle and bustle that goes with finding them, carolers and music piping through all the stores and the ever-beloved Christmas Portrait. This is one of the best times of the year to get everyone together for that family portrait and its always great to try to show off your decorations and lights...
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Mother's Day Winner_2016

September 15, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Mother’s Day Winner… Melissa Valcarcel-Serrano Every year I do a Mother’s Day contest and giveaway a free full photoshoot experience to a lucky contestant to have a day to themselves they deserve as a mother and just because. This year the randomly chosen winner was News 12’s very own Executive Producer Melissa Valcarcel-Serrano who also contrib...
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The Culinary Ambassador of The Bronx

September 01, 2016  •  2 Comments
Baron Ambrosia invites you in… Pulling up onto his street, I see lines of houses with a elegant Victorian Style, circa late 1800’s welcome appeal, you know the kind of neighborhood that causes cars to slow down and take in the scenery, so that's exactly what we did. When I have photo shoots at my studio, I do the usual routine of taking the ste...
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The_Alchemist_Magazine

August 18, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
About 5 months ago a great friend, Milly from www.pinkshisha.com said, "you should call John Denizard about a new project". I met John before and we clicked when we met months ago. When we finally sat down to talk, I was really honored and excited to join this project and began the journey of creating a unique magazine that has the Bronx as a main...
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Mom, Model and Major Entrepreneur AKA: Brigida Saladin

July 14, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
A Working Wonder Woman... My business is primarily wrapped around women, more so mothers than anything else. The best thing about that is getting another perspective to the variety of mothers there are. There’s the great debate on working moms vs stay at home moms; who does it better and which route works best for the kids and so forth. I guess yo...
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