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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Diana and Matt

Diana and Matt were married at the Loring-Greenough House in Jamaica Plain before everyone headed over to the Milky Way for a really fun reception. The events and details that Matt and Diana planned for their wedding seemed like such natural extensions of themselves. The laid back reception centered around good company, good drinks and […]

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Lee and Colin

Lee and Colin’s wedding at the Newton Marriott was absolutely beautiful. Before the ceremony Lee was literally jumping up and down with excitement, while Colin was holding back his emotions as he practiced his vows downstairs. I’m not quite sure how to describe the reception. The pictures will hopefully allude to the energy in the […]

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Maya and Peter

Months after I first met with Maya and Peter I learned we had a close mutual friend. That made perfect sense as I got to know them better and realized what a wonderful fit we were. Both have a great sense of humor, and I recall a few times laughing when I was supposed to […]

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Kerri and Andrew

Kerri and Andrew are two of the nicest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. Their wedding at the Essex Conference Center was very laid back and extremely personal. Kerri and Andrew easily showed the love they have for each other and for all the friends and family who came to support them. […]

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Diana and Brian

Diana and Brian did a wonderful job of formating their wedding at the DeCordova Museum to fit their personalities. Wanting to spend as much time as possible with friends and family, they greeted their guests beforehand so everyone could walk to the ceremony together. The ceremony wasn’t just a declaration of their love to each […]

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Kim and Ryan

Kim and Ryan were married at St. Pius Tenth Parish in Milton before celebrating at The Tirrell Room in Quincy. This was a cross-cultural wedding. Ryan is from Canada. And if all Canadians are as funny and dance as much as Ryan’s friends and family, I will need to start photographing north of the border […]

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