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Rebecca and Mel

I lived in Vermont for a brief stint, and I always love going back there. Rebecca and Mel just moved from California to Vermont this summer, just in time for their wedding. I got a chance to meet them earlier this summer for a drink and knew immediately I was going to have a great […]

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Karen and Daniel

Karen and Daniel had an afternoon wedding at the beautiful Belmont Habitat. Before that, Daniel got ready and came to Karen’s apartment where her family held a brief tea ceremony. The rain stayed away for the important parts of the day, and then the skies opened up for a magnificent storm. It was so spectacular […]

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Julia and Mike

When I found out Julia and Mike were fellow journalism school graduates I had a good feeling we would be on the same page. But, what I didn’t count on was how funny and charming they, and all their family and friends, would be. It’s easy to forget what articulate means until you spend a […]

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Emily and Matt

Getting to know Emily and Matt has been such a pleasure. Spending an evening with them roaming the city made me look forward to their wedding even more. They picked a beautiful late-summer day to celebrate with their friends and family in a Cape Cod backyard. Delicious food, beautiful details and wonderful music surrounded the people closest […]

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Addie and Dave

Addie and Dave’s wedding is soon, but it’s never too late for engagement pictures. We walked quickly through the Public Garden and then headed up Newbury Street. Addie and Dave met while working at a Newbury Comics, so we went into the Newbury Street location to reminisce. They couldn’t help but straighten records and CDs […]

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Jen and Jesse

Would you believe I shot two weddings in Wisconsin this summer? I met Jen and Jesse at Elizabeth and Kavi’s wedding, and they invited me to come back out to document their celebration as well. The ceremony took place in a stream on old family land, and the reception was at a historic town hall […]

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