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Being a wedding photographer requires a great deal of flexibility. It is your job to fully document a couple’s wedding day, no matter what unexpected events occur. It is common to have several hiccups throughout a wedding, and as the photographer you have to be prepared and adaptable. On the day of Ryan and Kristiana’s wedding, with so many dear friends and family taking part in the day, getting ready proved to take a bit longer than they had expected. This was understandably stressful for the bride, and it was my job to reassure her that everything would be fine and there would be plenty of time to get all of the photography. But it is not enough to promise it. You have to make it happen. Fortunately, Ryan and Kristiana spent a lot of time beforehand communicating there expectations and where they wanted to do the photography. We ended up having more time than we needed thanks to their impeccable planning. It also helped to be at the amazing Saphire Estate where the incredible and professional staff make sure everything goes off without a hitch. The results are some truly stunning wedding photography this beautiful couple can enjoy for their many years to come.

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There are some weddings where everything comes together perfectly. Take for instance Dave and Jen’s Harrington Farm wedding in Princeton, MA. Not only was it the perfect day and perfect location, but I can hardly imagine a better couple to work with. These two are fun, incredibly friendly, and super enthusiastic about their wedding photography. After working with them at the engagement shoot, I knew their wedding day was going to be a great one. And thanks to their meticulous planning, there was not shortage of time, which is hardly ever the case. This allowed me to be creative with all the images, including the bridal party, and I even got to take advantage of the various types of lighting available throughout the day. This helped me to create a very diverse collection of beautiful wedding photography for this amazing couple to commemorate their special day.

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I can’t think of a better place to be on a gorgeous July day than in Newport, RI. And that’s exactly where we were for Jeff and Michaela’s Belle Mer wedding. With its unique setting, this venue is one of the most exquisite locations to photograph a wedding. Every detail of Jeff and Michaela’s wedding was about casual elegance, which fit their style perfectly.  Thanks to their immaculate planning and taste, I was able to capture some truly unique and fun photography to commemorate their wedding.

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Wedding photography has evolved a great deal from what it was traditionally. Gone are the days when a couple expected photography to be a small fraction of their day, when the only images were of first kisses, cake cuttings, and regimentally posed bridal parties staring blankly at the camera. Contemporary wedding photography has taken on a life of its own. It is part photojournalistic, studio, and artistic photography all wrapped in one fast paced, high energy day that begins with getting ready and ends with the last dance while capturing every moment in between. Needless to say, it really helps to have a couple, like Sean and Sara, who are comfortable with the idea of being photographed for an entire day, and who take direction really well. I first worked with Sean and Sara during their engagement photo shoot. It was clear from the moment we started that they were going to be a fun couple to photograph. Both were clearly at ease in front of the lens and very easy to pose. This should not have come as a surprise with Sara being a talented dance instructor. From beginning to end, she was the picture of grace, which allowed me to focus less on giving direction and more on taking creative shots. And what better location to photograph a June wedding in Plymouth, MA than the Plymouth Yacht Club where everyone went out of their way to make everything go as smooth as possible? The results are some incredible wedding photos that this amazing couple can cherish for many years to come.

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In the days leading up to Eric and Katelyn’s Beauport Hotel wedding, the weather forecast was not on our side. It was pretty much a guarantee there would be rain to contend with, but I held onto hope it would hold off long enough for us to take advantage of the beautiful scenery unique to Gloucester, MA. It was touch and go all day; however, as the time approached for Eric and Katelyn’s first look to take place at Stage Fort Park, the rain continued to delay its arrival. It was extraordinary luck that we did not have a single rain drop fall the entire time we were there, allowing us the opportunity to capture the family formal photography, group shots with the bridal party, and plenty of time to create some beautiful, artistic imagery of just Eric and Katelyn. It is no exaggeration to say that this was a stroke of extraordinary luck. Shortly after leaving the park and in the minutes before the ceremony, the clouds began to build and it became very clear to everyone that Eric and Katelyn’s wedding would be quickly moved inside. Just as the bride took her place at the end of the aisle, the skies opened up and there would be torrential downpours for the rest of the night. But the rain could not dampen the spirits of this amazing couple, or the incredible friends and family that came to share in the joyous occasion. And while everyone was able to stay dry for the most part during the exchange of rings and vows, there was hardly a dry eye in the crowd. Even with the uncooperative weather, the entire day went off without a hitch all thanks to the incredible staff at the Beauport Hotel. Were it not for their help and attentiveness, I would not have been able to get the creative night shots of the couple one can only get on rainy evenings like this. Perhaps it is true what they say about good luck and rain on your wedding day.

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