Deep in the woods of Epsom, NH, I spent the day with this wonderful couple. They got ready at their family homes- old historic houses, low-ceilings, and packed to the brink with friends and family. We drove off-road to some fields for photos, took cover for a brief yet epic thunderstorm, and partied all night under a tent on their family’s private farmland.
Beth & Michael got married at the Museum of Science. The weather, timing, and dinosaurs all aligned to make their day one of the most spectacular I’ve seen. Dancing until the very end, even when we got locked out of the museum taking the last photo.
Truly one of the most emotional, sweet weddings I’ve ever witnessed happened at the Squantum Association in East Providence this tonight. I had such a wonderful time capturing their special day with my good friend friend Adrianne Mathiowetz shooting with me.
Smiles for miles. One of the funnest couples ever. Independence day weddings generally make for a fun time, and especially for this couple. They combined English and American traditions, some of their own, and partied forever. Jack forgot his pants initially and someone shot a potato gun into the wedding, and they never stopped beaming.
Engaged- Sydney & David are getting hitched in Plymouth next August, so we decided to take a trip down there and check out the digs. Here’s a few of my favorites- we climbed to the highest point of the city and down to the water.
(Moving old blog posts over to this website)
My favorite wedding of 2014. On a beautiful thursday evening (!!!) in November, Stephanie and Christian had relatives from several continents come together (the couple came all the way from Germany as well!) at the Cambridge Multicultural Center for a beautiful German ceremony.