Purely Rustic Wedding Photos When Julie and Beau first reached out to me about wedding photography, I could sense that this was a couple that loved country living, country songs, and everything else that speaks “country”. Julie found me on the Rustic Wedding Chic website and saw some images I took from the second wedding […]
Backyard Wedding: a location that’s theirs! Tristyn and Matt decided to plan their lives together by buying wooded land in Connecticut, and cleared it for their wedding reception and future spot for their home they’ll build together. Many couples want the ease and simplicity of having their wedding at an actual venue, but Tristyn and […]
What is “Golden Hour”? Every now and then you may hear photographers use the term “golden hour”. But what does it really mean, and why do photographers love golden hour? Read more and you’ll realize why this time of shooting is ideal, and you’ll fall in love with golden hour, too! Here are some photos […]
One of Katarina and Michael’s goals was to have a classic, fun wedding in an elegant location, but without the “stuffiness” and they totally accomplished that. And just like most of the weddings I shoot, everyone at Katarina & Michael’s wedding was having a blast. Check out these images from this wedding at the Lounsbury House in Ridgefield, CT.
Totally in love with this engagement session in New York City, at the Central Park and also the American Museum of Natural History. Check this out!
Congratulations to Lindsay and Jon for committing their lives to each other on August 26th! Their wedding was at the Mansion at Bald Hill in Woodstock, CT. Check out these sneak peeks of their amazing wedding!
I love looking back at my clients’ engagement photos for a refresher on what “directions” would work really well for their wedding day portraits. Check out Lindsay and Jon’s engagement session from the fall at Moore State Park in Paxton, MA.
Check out this Worcester Art Museum wedding from Saturday! Sneak peeks…my favorite images.
Nicole and Colin’s engagement session was at Quincy Quarries Reservation, a rock climber’s playground near Boston. It’s probably the most colorful place I’ve ever photographed, with bright graffiti all around the cliffs, and purple and white wildflowers swaying in the wind.
Three days ago I photographed Amy and Rex’s wedding at Jonathan Edwards Winery, a vineyard in North Stonington, CT. There were so many images, but here are a few highlights that I picked out to share with you!