Woodshill Homestead upstate New York wedding photographer – W + A

Several weeks ago, I traveled to upstate New York to photograph a beautiful barn wedding at  Woodshill Homestead.  The bride, Allison, spent her childhood on the property, and the sprawling fields and forests seemed to possess a sort of sacredness for her.  Perhaps the wedding will be best represented simply by including an excerpt of a beautiful poem that Allison’s […]

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Destination wedding photographer – R + G

Although I travel regularly throughout New England to document weddings, I have not built my business on the premise of being a destination wedding photographer. Travel is something I have always been passionate about, but I have not made a point of seeking jobs that are specifically “destination events”. This season, however, will been a year […]

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Photojournalistic Boston wedding photographer

As a photojournalistic Boston wedding photographer, unscripted and emotional moments are what I seek during a wedding day. This frame of Allison, standing in her childhood bedroom while she sheds some happy tears after putting on her wedding gown, tells a meaningful story.

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Harvard Faculty Club Wedding Cambridge – L +D

After this long winter, I have been truly excited for the springtime. Laura and David planned a beautiful  Harvard Faculty Club wedding in April, and the festivities could not have been more lovely. Everything about the day was joyful. The couple prepared upstairs at the Harvard Faculty club and then moved to  St. Paul’s Parish  for their wedding […]

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Studio Session- Boston Engagement Photography- J+C

Recently, I have started shooting little portrait sessions in my studio for couples who need photographs for their wedding website or their Save the Dates. The crisp white backdrop is the perfect setting to create playful images that really pop. On Valentines day, Jes and Cori came in with a bottle of Veuve and their dog Dart. I couldn’t ask for cuter subjects! […]

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