Have you ever wondered what a professional wedding photographer might do to prepare for a great wedding day? Check out this blog post about how I like to get ready for the big day! You can also find out more about how an engagement session can help you and the photographer for the wedding day.
Grapevines, cedar rocking chairs, grassy field, and a dirt road through the woods… I’m IN! Check out these sneak peeks of Jen and Brad’s full engagement session at Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard. Choosing sneak peek images were not easy because we had so much fun in this amazing place.
Check out Lydia and Joe’s sneak peeks of their engagement session in Worcester, Massachusetts! We went for an industrial, rustic urban look. Abandoned brick buildings, and the eclectic colors of the city.
Favorite images and how we planned photographing this amazing marriage proposal! It happened at an old abandoned farm which is now Williams Park, in Brookfield, Connecticut. Complete with champagne, and sweet weather and a rainbow towards the end.
Summery, fun, and blissful is what I describe this engagement shoot from one spectacular evening. On May 10, 2015, I met up with a super sweet couple, Mike and Marilyn, for their engagement session at a private rural location in good ole’ Ashford, Connecticut.
In November 2014, I spent the afternoon photographing love between a special couple, Sarah and Jeff. We talked about their upcoming wedding that will be happening in June at Bittersweet Farms in Westport, Massachusetts. Here are their engagement pictures!
I had an awesome time photographing Kim and Nick at Arcadia Management Area, a ginormous recreational area near Exeter, Rhode Island. Kim and Nick love their young doggy, Molly, and enjoying the outdoors together!
When I was in Oregon I photographed my friends’ engagement session in Turner, Oregon. The couple, Mike and Marcie, wanted a down-home country feel to their images. Check out this blog for how we made this happen!