As long time readers will know, we love visiting the Pratt Campus. Yes, I went to Pratt, so I'm very comfortable there, but honestly it has less to do with that (I've lived in the area since graduating but probably didn't step foot on campus for at least ten years) and more to do with the fact that it's beautiful and a great place to take Liam to run around, dig in the dirt and relax (or do what passes as relaxing when you're with a two year old).
The fact that there is art everywhere is a bonus!
Liam is totally fascinated by this cantilevered beam sculpture - the beam actually moves up and down very slowly, a fact that he picked up on right away.
Here he is pretending to talk on the phone. Apparently "dinner" and "bread" called.
And yes, a concrete wall makes for a great backdrop. One thing I suggest to photosanity workshop participants is to give their kids something to do that will make for a great photo rather than just asking them to smile for the camera. Here I told Liam to reach for the beam!
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nyc baby, child and family photographer & architect alethea cheng fitzpatrick is based in brooklyn. she specializes in baby photography as interior design & interior design for babies. view her portfolio of babies, children or families or send her an e-mail here!