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Paul’s Adoption Day ~ Long Island family photographer

Paul arrived from Seoul, South Korea in April 2005 to Tricia and Andrew.
Paul is simply one of the most amazing children I have ever met. He’s smart, brilliant and pays attention to everything. He studies everyone and everything quietly and next thing you know he copies your mannerisms, your words and your facial expressions.

At the end of January 2006, Paul’s parents and grandparents attended the official adoption procedures and I had an opportunity to share this joy with them.

The images are from the court house and the park.
The group headed over to the Three Village Inn in Stony Brook, NY to celebrate the extremely special date – the same place where Tricia and Andrew had their wedding reception. If you ever go there, try the creme brulee cheesecake, it’s out of this world!
Congratulations to Andrew, Tricia and Paul!


Long Island NY children and family photography by Mariann Szucs | Blue Daisy Kids

About Mariann ~ New York City photographer

Hi there!

My name is Mariann and I’m a New York City photographer.

I photograph weddings, engagements, proposals and you can see some of my favorite images on my website: Blue Daisy Weddings

I also love to work with families, newborns and children of all ages.  You can see my kids/family photography website here:  Blue Daisy Kids

I also photograph women and create beautiful boudoir portraits:  Blue Daisy Boudoir


Please feel free to contact me with any questions or inquiries through any of my websites or the blog.  Hope to hear from you!


Hello world! ~ New York City photographer

I am very excited to announce my brand new blog that accompanies my brand new wedding and kids photography websites.
I have been working on my new identity and style as a photographer, logos and brand for a year now and it’s finally all coming together.
A lot of patience, picking through thousands and thousands of images, weeks and months of editing, etc and they are finally ready!

The wedding website is: Blue Daisy Weddings

The kids and family portraits site is: Blue Daisy Kids

My boudoir site is: Blue Daisy Boudoir

Holiday card 2005

I love the holidays! Also love creating a one of a kind holiday card every year. I send holiday cards to friends, family, old and new clients and to other professionals in my field. Over 200+ this year.
I find that one of the biggest challenge about the card is to make it “one-size-fits-all”. In other words, I don’t want it to scream Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa (did I forget anyone?). I just want it to be a simple holiday card that gets the message across.

So after brainstorming for a couple weeks in October, I came up with the “frozen things” idea.  I went to Astoria Park and found different natural things such as berries, twigs, leaves which I froze in cups full of water. Next day went up to the roof where I used the best natural light source, the sun, for nice even lighting.
The session was very quick because my ice creations started to melt within minutes. I did a few different set ups and picked two final images for the greeting card.
Here’s the final card: 2 sided 4″x5.5″, press printed. Front of the card with the ice creations from top and back of the card with the side view: