5.7 Kristen and Caolan - Wood Acres Farm

After surviving the drive through some torrential downpours on my way to Connecticut, I had such a special time capturing Kristen and Caolan’s big day. My engagement shoot with them last year allowed me to familiarize myself with their soft, low-key style. We kept posing to a minimum, and had a wonderful time focusing on the intimate, natural moments between them. We spent the day in the newly renovated Wood Acres Farm in Terryville, CT- a charming, yet surprisingly modern venue. The slight drizzle gave us the softest light and such vibrant colors for some stunning rustic portraits.


3.20 Yifan & Jeff - Skyfall Berkeley

In March I flew out to San Francisco to capture the most magical wedding I could’ve imagined. I met Yifan when I was in college and she and Jeff had since moved out to the west coast. It’s not often I get to travel so I jumped on the opportunity. It lightly misted on us that sunday, transforming the landscape into something ethereal and mystical, fog blanketing the city below us. I was lucky to have the amazing Steve Sangalang with me for the day. 



9.19.15 Mya & Paul - Cohassett

It took me a while to get around to blogging this- It took several separate attempts to narrow down my selections, there were too many favorites! An extremely photogenic couple, a flawless September day, and a Cohassett wedding venue that is also their house made it very hard to take a bad photo. There was beauty everywhere. They were married at the gorgeous St. Francis Chapel in Back Bay, celebrated cocktail hour on a sunset ferry to Hingham, then spent the night celebrating at their beautifully decorated coastal home.







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