• Welcome to my blog. This is where you will find my most recent work. My name is Christine and I live in Islip Terrace with my wonderful husband and our twin girls, Hannah and Brielle (born October 2012). I am always photographing my girls to capture those fleeting memories. I want to capture those memories for you too! Your sleepy newborn with his tiny little features that will change ever so slightly within a month's time. Your 6 month old who just started to sit up on her own. Your one year old, standing and walking and being ONE! (where did that year go??). Your family together-smiling... giggling...being silly...being you.

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Oh so girly | Massapequa Newborn Photographer

Part of what I do as a newborn photographer is custom style each session. I love putting different props together.View full post »

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Gender Reveal |Long Island Newborn Photographer

Can you guess what Hannah and Brielle are so excited to announce? (OK, well Brielle was excited, Hannah wasn’tView full post »

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Long Island Children Photographer | Christine Melissa Photography

I met these boys for the first time while photographing the little one’s one year session. I knew he was a veryView full post »

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Family Photographer in Long Island |Christine Melissa Photography

This family was such a beautiful, fun, energetic family. With twin one-year olds, you sorta have to be energetic. We hadView full post »

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Newborn photographer on Long Island| Christine Melissa Photography

Baby C loved to smile. He was a natural. Sometimes I had to wait for it, but I caught a few. As a newborn photographer,View full post »

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Long Island Newborn Photographer | Tiny Princess

Baby A reminded me so much of how tiny my own girls once were. They grow so quickly! It is so important to capture themView full post »