Connie Miller of Studio Atticus is a Boston wedding photographer with a photojournalistic approach and an artistic style that is emotional, elegant, and poetic.

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Fenway Park Engagement Session J+J

Jess and Jeff have many memories from Fenway Park, so they asked if part of their engagement session could be shot there. I had never photographed an engagement session in Fenway Park, so the prospect was extra exciting. I loved the repetition of color and line throughout the spaces of Fenway; the reds and greens make […]

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Dreamy Wychmere Beach Club wedding – T&T

Sometimes the energy at a wedding is so contagious that it leaves me feeling giddy at the end of the night. Every friend and family member in attendance at Tanya and Tony’s celebration was incredibly invested in them. The excitement and love was palpable. A second very memorable part of this Wychmere Beach Club wedding was the element of surprise. […]

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Garden Wedding at Elm Bank – K + M

Kate and Michael have effortless chemistry. Their personalities fit so perfectly together; it is a joy to observe them. They wanted a natural setting for their wedding day and selected  Elm Bank  for its lovely, sprawling gardens and landscape. Their celebration took place on a gorgeous day in September. Some of my favorite moments during the day included […]

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Cape Cod Nauticus Marina Wedding – A + D

Arielle and Dash are the epitome of fun. They both brim with laughter and happiness. The couple lives in NYC, but they chose Cape Cod for their wedding celebration. The outdoor ceremony was held on the lawn of Arielle’s family home. After a champagne toast, guests were transported to Nauticus Marina. The reception was held under an elegant  Sperry […]

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Lisa and Dillon’s Beautiful Boston Public Library Courtyard wedding

I have photographed many weddings at the  Boston Public Library,  but this was the first time a client chose to celebrate their entire event in the Library’s Courtyard. The urban al fresco celebration proved to be truly magical. Lisa and Dillon both prepared at the Fairmont Copley Plaza with their friends and family and then made […]

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Museum of Science wedding – A + J

Amy possesses a charisma that feels a bit like electricity. I am fairly certain that every person she meets falls in love with her just a little bit. John’s sense of fun and spontaneity match Amy’s personality beautifully. He is a mischievous delight. Two of my favorite elements of John and Amy’s wedding day were a locket and a song. Amy […]

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Concord MA Wedding photographer – R + C

Rachel and Chris have been married for some time, and they have a beautiful little son.  The couple had wed at City Hall several years ago and had not celebrated their wedding with any sort of formal event. However, Chris recently recovered from a serious illness and upon his recuperation, the couple decided that it was time […]

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Boston Four Seasons Hotel wedding

Dan and Jan had a crush on each other in high school. They went their separate ways after graduation, and it wasn’t until many years later that they were reunited. Dan’s twin sister had kept in touch with Jan and she insisted that Dan needed to meet Jan again.  How right she was! The sparks flew and the […]

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Biddeford Pool Maine wedding – J + C

Jes and Cori scintillate with adoration for one another. Documenting their wedding was such a great pleasure. The celebration took place at Jes’s family’s summer cottage in Biddeford Pool, Maine.  Jes has spent time there since she was a girl, so the place has special meaning for her. The ceremony was held on the steps of the […]

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Artists For Humanity wedding – L + I

Whenever Isaac looked at Lia, you could tell that the rest of the world would just fall away. The romance and joy of their relationship radiated around them. The couple were married in a Greek orthodox ceremony at  St. Demetrios Church  in Weston. The guests then all transitioned to the  Artists For Humanity Epicenter  and spent […]

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