Posted on January 19, 2017
Posted on May 14, 2015
Last weekend I headed down to Duxbury, Ma. to meet and photograph Robin and Isaiah, a couple who were referred to me from a wedding on the South Shore last year.
As I headed south and past the city, the fog started to set in pretty heavy. I knew the couple may be worried about the weather, but for me it was an exciting chance to get some different photos that we couldn’t get on a clear sunny day.
Posted on July 30, 2014
Kay and Gary met at Boston University while they were both getting their Masters back in 2006.
Kay recounts; “We became friends immediately, but started dating after Gary ‘kidnapped’ me. A group of us were going out for sushi, but I tried to back out. Gary showed up at my place and made me go—but no one else was there! That was our first date and it ended with quoting movies and eating Swedish fish”.
I met this awesome couple last year when they were planning their wedding, and we recently had a really fun engagement session at the Arnold Arboretum to get them comfortable with the camera for their wedding photographs.
They did almost all of the wedding planning themselves with help from Alison Majka at the Lenox Hotel.
We had a beautiful day in Boston for a wedding, with a gorgeous view from the bridal suite.
Posted on July 9, 2014
Kay and Gary are an awesome couple with a wedding coming up VERY soon. Since they are both teachers, it was difficult for them to find time for an engagement shoot until the end of the school year.
We got together on a sweltering day last week at the Arnold Arboretum to take a few photos.
I think it is important to shoot photographs at a location that has some meaning to the couple, so when they look back at the photos, they don’t feel awkwardly posed in a strange place.
Kay and Gary spend sots of time here, so it was perfect.
Posted on October 4, 2013
Glenda and Randy met freshman year at Brockton High School in Social Science class; alphabetical seating
resulted in Randy sitting behind Glenda. Throughout high school they were in many of the same
classes, but their relationship was never more than one of friendship (if even that). They lost touch
after graduation and did not reconnect until seven and a half years later, through Facebook. Glenda
requested Randy as a friend, and he must have been intrigued by what he saw (hehe) because not
only did he accept he request, but he also suggested they should meet up sometime. Dinner and
drinks at Rick’s Café led to hours of phone conversations. After a few more dates, they officially
became a couple on January 22, 2008.
A few months ago I tagged along with them to the Nashoba Valley Winery for a really fun engagement session, check out some of the photos here.
Randy and his groomsmen relaxing on the porch before the wedding.
Glenda’s bridesmaids fasten her veil before leaving her house for the ceremony. Glenda’s make-up was done by Elizabeth Fernandez of Kiss and Makeup, and her hair was styled by Taylor Mercier.
Posted on February 19, 2013