Andrea and Dan were married at the Bigalow Chapel at Mt. Auburn Cemetery before heading over to the Charles Hotel for a fun reception. These two were among the nicest couples I’ve had the pleasure of working with this year, and it was an absolute honor to be there with them on such an important day. […]
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Mara and Adam moved into a new condo this year. But they didn’t need a moving truck because the trip from the old place to the new place was so close. Just across the street, in fact. They obviously love the neighborhood so we simply walked around their little patch of Cambridge getting pictures of […]
Kristin and Elliott were married in Newport, R.I. at Our Lady of Mercy before heading over to Belle Mer for a beautiful reception along the water. This was my second week in a row shooting in Newport. I love working here, and I loved working with these two. Congratulations, Kristin and Elliott!
Michelle and JR (and Whiskey!) met me in my own neck of the woods for their engagement session. Their first date was at Mexico Lindo in Melrose so we did a quick photo in front of the mural before heading up to Gloucester where their wedding will be next year. Michelle found the Gloucester Maritime […]
Maura and Bobby live in NYC but decided to have a small wedding in Newport. They had a touching ceremony at Kay Chapel before their families headed over to Castle Hill for an elegant dinner. It was an honor to be a part of such an intimate and beautiful day. Congratulations, Maura and Bobby!
I love music, but I rely on other people to tell me what to listen to. Natalie and Steve’s wedding is in the top three for best playlists (I made them send it to me afterwards). It all started when they walked back down the aisle to In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (I included […]
What a great summer. We’re moving into one of my favorite times of the year (especially in New England), but before I completely let summer go I just wanted to remember how nice it was to complain about the heat and Cape traffic. And just as I start complaining about the cold (or long after, […]