Check out this awesome engagement session with dogs at Wickham Park. We had so much fun that we lasted about 3 hours for this shoot! Congrats Amy and Rex on getting married very soon!
Check out some of my favorite photos from Lauren and Tom’s July wedding at Bunnell Farm, a rustic wedding venue in Litchfield, Connecticut.
Favorite photos from Savannah and Eric’s springtime wedding day at the Pavilion on Crystal Lake, in Middletown, Connecticut!
Sneak peeks of Brynne and Don’s amazing spring wedding! The ceremony was at Clark Chapel in Pomfret, and reception at the Mansion at Bald Hill. The trees were blossoming, and it added unique texture and pattern for portraits!
The Golden Lamb Buttery is a farm wedding venue and stylish restaurant, and one of my favorites places in Connecticut. It’s a place in the rural hills of Brooklyn, CT is a far cry from Brooklyn, New York! It’s a nice escape from busy city life into a world of quaint farm-to-table dining in a rustic red barn.
I just picked out 6 sneak peek images that I took from Samantha and Joey’s New Year’s Eve wedding at the VIP Country Club. Check out this post to learn a little about how they made a “natural” or “outdoor” ambiance to their winter ballroom wedding.
WOW. I am not sure if this day was real or not! Luckily, I have plenty of photographic evidence that Sarah and Eli did in fact start their life as a married couple here at historic Hill-Stead Museum. Read on to see how Sarah and Eli made their wedding day RAD!
In June 2016 I photographed Maya and Phil’s awesome wedding day at Tyrone Farm, barn wedding venue in Pomfret, Connecticut. Maya and Phil’s wedding was very personalized to them, and so unique to photograph for dozens of reasons! Read on to find out why!
Make your day before the wedding a fun day! Zach and the guys golfing at CT National Golf Club, and Jacquelyn with the girls getting together at the Cottage House. View photos of the elegant rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding at the Lord Thompson Manor.
There’s a barn in Wethersfield, CT, that’s perfect for rustic and country weddings, tucked away in the back of the preserved colonial houses that make up the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum.