Caitlin & Alex got married in the dead of winter, in a dark wine cellar and they both wore black. It was a happy occasion indeed! No I’m serious. We laughed, we cried, we ate oysters and steak. We braved the 24° weather to take pictures on the roof deck at dusk. Below are some of my favorite images from the evening. Extra special thanks to Elizabeth at Mooo restaurant in the XV Beacon hotel for being an awesome coordinator.
Kristy & Andrew got married at Camp Joslin which is becoming my favorite wedding venue! This was my 3rd time shooting there and while I’ve blogged about it before I’m going to tell you again. It’s not an actual wedding venue. It’s a summer camp for boys with diabetes. It’s JUST like regular camp but catered to dietary and medical needs of diabetics. You can rent it for your event during the off season and the money goes back into funding the camp! How cool is that? Here are a few of my favorite images from that day. Scroll to the end for a story about squirrels! Special thank to The Buffet Way for a delicious turkey dinner and Something Bleu for keeping things organized all day.
There’s a silly story about the significance of the squirrel. Back in May when we got together for an engagement session at the Charles River Esplanade we were befriended by a hungry squirrel. It walked right up to us and looked us right in the eyes as though to ask for food. It followed us for a few minutes and actually went running to Kristy and Andrew when they called it. They ended up including the photo in their invitations and getting an adorable carved squirrel to bring to the wedding!
Hey everyone!! I’m a little behind on my posting/blogging so I’m super excited to finally be uploading some photos from Kathryn and Stephen’s wedding the other weekend. This also happens to be the first wedding I shot on my brand new Canon 5D Mark iv! I know it’s silly to love a piece of equipment as much as I love this camera but what can I say? We make pretty pictures together. These are a couple of my initial favorites. Be sure to check out the awesome croquembouche that they chopped with a sword and the killer dance moves all around!
You GUYS!!! Look at these two incredible women on their wedding day! It it any wonder I’m always going on about how much I love my job? It was hard to select favorites without going way overboard but here it is: a first look at Kelly & Rebecca’s amazing wedding. Special thanks to Willow Springs Vineyards , Two Chefs are Better Than One, and First Class Weddings for helping to make the event so special.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of capturing Kim and Charlie’s wedding at The Boston Yacht Club in beautiful Marblehead MA. Below are some of my favorite images (so far!) from their amazing day.
Here’s a first look at Tavish and Ellen’s amazing wedding at the Mountain House on Sunday River. Amazing couple. Amazing crowd. SO MUCH SMILES!!!
Elizabeth and David got married on Saturday June 18th, 2016 but the party started the evening before when we met up at the Arnold Arboretum to walk around, enjoy the scenery and take some awesome photos of the two of them alone and with some close family members. The following morning they officially tied the knot at the MIT chapel in Cambridge surrounded by an intimate gathering of their closest friends and family. The ceremony was followed by an incredible lunch feast at Oleana which is one of my favorite restaurants in town! The following images are a very small collection of some of my favorite moments. Huge Congrats to Liz and David!
Who doesn’t love a small intimate wedding? Alicia and Aaron chose to get married at an AirB&B surrounded by a small gathering of their closest friends and family. And their dog Rusty of course! Here are a couple of my favorite images from their day. Special thanks to Cheryl Aruda/Dirty Blonde and Above and Beyond Catering for helping to make the day extra special.