Karen A. McCall, Certified Master Photographer
Specializing in the magic of children and their families.
My philosophy is simple...
To capture the gentle innocence of every newborn.
The playful and serious side of each child, the originality of each teen and the magic of families.
Karen strives to capture the true hearts and spirits of those that are photographed by her.
Karen’s love of photographing children and their families has earned her state and national recognition through the many awards bestowed upon her. Karen is honored to have her images in the permanent loan collection of the Professional Photographers of America.
“I believe to be one of the fortunate souls that love what they do.”
I have lived in Natick for 20 years with my husband and two sons.
I started photographing after I graduated from college, but it wasn’t until the birth of my first son 10 years ago that I realized the importance of capturing each moment.
Official photographer for the Goddard School in Wayland. You're invited to see my portrait display.
My first son taught me how to be a better portrait photographer.
It’s not about the image...It’s the emotion that you feel when you look at the image. As a mother / photographer I now know the emotion behind the image. I believe a portrait needs that emotion for it to touch your heart each and every time you look at it.
Close your eyes and breath in deep... only then will you capture the magic.
I believe every image should hold a little magic.
I believe in the golden rule and I believe that the eyes are the window to your soul and can be more powerful than a smile.
Education: Bachelor of Arts University of Massachusetts
Certified Master of Photography, Professional Photog. of America.
Photographic Excellence degree, PPAM
Awards: Kodak Gallery Award Best Portrait 1995, 1996, 2003
Kodak Gallery Award Unclassified Division
Best Color Portrait in Massachusetts 1996
Fugi Masterpiece Award 1997, 1999
Court of Honor 1998
Best Children’s Portfolio 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001
Voted Best Portrait Studio in Natick 2000
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