Yearly Archives: 2012

Alexandra and Josh’s Candlelit Fall Wedding

You may remember Ally and Josh from their September summer camp engagement session. Well they flew back East in November for their wedding at Church Landing in Meredith, New Hampshire, and it was such a lovely way to end my season. Ally’s vision was to have a classic fall New England wedding that was elegant, rustic, and warm. She brought this vision to life by using candles to light the room and a white-on-white theme that was reminiscent of falling snow. This was all followed by a seriously rocking dance party. Congrats Ally and Josh!

 

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World’s End Engagement Session | Christine and Jon

I’ve been to a number of the Trustees of the Reservations sites (the Crane Estate, Appleton Farms, and Ravenswood Park to name a few), but World’s End has been on my list for awhile. So when Christine suggested it for her and Jon’s engagement photos, I agreed with her in about two seconds flat. We started with the trees and meadows and finished on the bay, where we got some beautiful and extremely subtle light after the sun dipped below the horizon, and I was loving the moody blue tones as dusk met water.

World's End engagement

 

 

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Anna and Shan at Boston City Hall

Anna, Shan, and I agreed that we’re probably in the small minority of people that like the exterior of Boston City Hall. The architecture, the clean lines, the windows – it is a treat for me to photograph there, especially when I’m photographing people who appreciate it as much as I do. So after Anna and Shan’s wedding at Boston City Hall, which they wanted to keep private, we spent some time photographing outside and in the Plaza.

Boston City Hall Wedding

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Lauren and Desmond’s Nantucket Wedding

Lauren and I have a multitude of things in common. She and Desmond live in Philly, Dan and I used to live in Philly. She’s a yoga teacher, I love to do yoga. She’s a cyclist, I’m a cyclist. She’s a triathlete — okay, that’s where the similarities end, because I can’t swim. At any rate, I was super psyched to see her and Desmond again at their Nantucket wedding at the Wauwinet. And the unseasonably freezing cold temperatures that day proved to be nothing for a woman who is regularly jumping into freezing cold water, because she and Des make 45 degree beach portraits look like 65 degree beach portraits.

Nantucket Wedding PhotoNantucket Wedding Photography

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