Through the archives

Here are some memories of our youngest son Aaron. Much like the cobbler’s children who have no shoes, photographer’s children often don’t have pictures of themselves. I’m glad that I did capture some memories and I have been enjoying going back in time through them.

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Through the archives

Last one of Sean for the day. I guess this napping method would not be doctor approved today. He looks pretty content.

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Through the archives

February 12, 1983 at 11:18 is when our family started. No insurance, but just landed a full-time job at the paper. I probably had three cameras setup to shoot the big event. Our doctor probably thought I was nuts. I am sure I was just hiding my nervousness behind the cameras. @sfioritto

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Loyola Beach and Rogers Park, Chicago

Lisa and I walked over to Loyola Beach last Saturday evening and there were still families and others out enjoying the warm weather. The first shot is of boys running through the dunes and the next two I took on the way down. The bird is from a series of murals painted on the “L” […]

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Through the archives

Mia waiting to perform in the Nutcracker ballet in Phoenix. This may have been a break in between performances, but I can’t recall. What I do remember is that I shot this with a Russian copy of a Leica screwmount that I bought in a flea market in Germany. Kodak Tri-x as usual. #photographermemory

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Through the archives

Getting dressed up to eat ice cream. Mia enjoys a bowl of ice cream with her brother Sean. Lisa created an environment at home where creative play was encouraged and Mia continues to do that with her boys today.

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