Hi, I'm Tina.

| Only a moment to catch that feeling |

Hello! Welcome to T Marie Photography. I am located in Central, New York, nestled in small village outside the Utica area. I offer photography for Maternity, Newborn, Children, Family and Cosplay portraits, outdoors or inside my home studio. I’ve been taking photos since I was a teenager, where a passion enveloped and in my adult years, a path became clear.

I started photographing landscapes with my Nikon baby in 2013 and a desire to create beautiful portraits in front of a picturesque landscape quickly became an excitement for me. So, in 2017, I became a legal tax paying business and here I am!

I name my cameras after song lyrics. My first camera was a d5100 named "Kodah" from Paul Simon's "Kodachrome" and my new baby is a Nikon d610 named "Betty Sue." Betty is from Paul Simon's "You Can Call Me Al" and Sue is from Johnny Cash's "A Boy Name Sue."

I put as much passion into photographing you and/or your family as I do into naming my cameras. I want you to feel something, not just when you see your photos, but as I’m capturing your moments. It's about the experience and I want yours to be absolutely the best!

Let's create!

Q & A

Where are you from?

Born and raised outside the city of Boston, MA, I am a true city girl who is now enjoying the country comforts of no traffic and less noise. Small town living is definitely has been an adjustment and though I miss the ocean, I love the rolling hills and vast valleys.

Are you married?

Yes, I have been married since 2008 and we have 3 spunky and delightful kids. Fun fact...We were all born in 3 different states: Me - Massachusetts, My husband - Rhode Island, My kids - New York.

What are some of your hobbies?

I love all things Disney, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean. I make scrapbook greeting cards and other crafts. I have just started a YouTube channel and am slowly working my way through documenting my photography journey and family adventures.

“Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.”

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