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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Candice and Jeff

I’ve been looking forward to Candice and Jeff’s wedding since their engagement shoot in May. Both are a lot of fun and their wedding was no different. On Saturday they got ready at the Kendall Hotel before marrying and celebrating at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center. I don’t need to be reminded why I love […]

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Meg and Josh

Meg and Josh were married at the Old South Meeting House and then celebrated with friends and family at the Downtown Harvard Club. It was the first time I’ve seen a best-man perform an interpretative dance (there were no words to describe the love for his brother, but Enya helped). And it was the first […]

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Emily and Ben

I’m shooting Emily and Ben’s wedding in October. This past weekend they flew in from St. Louis and showed me their old stomping grounds. They met as students at Boston College, so we wandered around campus and Cleveland Circle. I saw their favorite pizza hangout, where they had their first kiss, and where Ben pretended […]

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Renee and Michael

Renee and Mike were married at the beautiful Elks at Bass Rocks. People from all over the country descended on Gloucester for their beautiful celebration on the water. Renee and Mike have some wonderful friends and family that made my short time with them a lot of fun. Congratulations and thanks for including me!

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The Fourth

Brooke and I walked down the sidewalk in front of our house, got on the Green Line to catch a plane, and ended up on Emerald Isle, NC yesterday. We’re looking forward to a week of relaxation with friends and family. This is an annual tradition in its 27th year. God Bless America. 

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Jen and Amin

Jen and Amin met in a bookstore. This is appropriate for a couple who has bookshelves lining the living room, bedrooms, dining room and hallway of their house. They got ready together at home with their families before heading to the ceremony where the written word played another important part. Friends and family read several thoughtful […]

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