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There is nothing quite like getting to shoot a beautiful wedding at a beautiful venue on a gorgeous spring day in New England. The only thing that makes it even better is when you get to create some amazing photos for an incredible couple like Adam and Kasandra. I cannot tell you how easy it makes my job to be working with a couple like these two. Not only were they open to doing just about anything to get the shot, but they were enthusiastic about it. It makes the day feel less like work and more like spending a good time with friends. And speaking of friends, it was great to be back with the friendly staff of the fantastic Zukas Hilltop Barn in Spencer, MA. There is no better place than this to be photographing a wedding against the backdrop of a gorgeous landscape and dramatic skies. Everything about the day came together in a perfect way to create the images Adam and Kasandra had hoped for to document the story of their wedding day.

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Who would have thought that after a month of unseasonably cold and rainy weather we would have such a beautiful spring day for Ken and Alyssar’s wedding. The temperatures were perfect, not a drop of rain fell all day, and there just enough of a breeze to capture some spectacular shots of Alyssar’s veil blowing in the wind. I think I can speak for Ken, Alyssar, and all of their wedding guests when I say thank goodness it worked out that way. Especially since we had the amazing scenery of the Atkinson Resort and Country Club as a backdrop to their day.  It allowed me to capture some really interesting and fun images to compliment the photojournalistic style photography they had hoped for. And for the reception, this crowd really knew how to celebrate Ken and Alyssar’s wedding with energy and style. It was the perfect day and perfect couple, and the result was some incredible images Ken and Alyssar will have to enjoy for many years to come.

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Nothing says sophistication and elegance like a wedding held at the spectacular Rosecliff Mansion. That is why I was more than thrilled to photograph Omer and Danielle’s wedding this past Fourth of July weekend. The day started with the bride and groom getting ready in their separate suites at the newly renovated Newport Marriott. With their bridal party looking on, Omer and Danielle opted to see each other before the formalities of the day, which took place in the beautiful sun drenched main staircase of the hotel. From their Danielle had another great first reveal for her soon-to-be husband, surprising him with a flawless, white Rolls Royce, which transported them across Newport to the gorgeous grounds of the Rosecliff Mansion. We were able to snap off plenty of beautiful formal photographs of the couple, their families, and bridal party before heading upstairs for the signing of the Ketubah. Anyone who is familiar with Rosecliff knows it is synonymous with its grand staircase, which we took full advantage of throughout the day to get some truly iconic images of the couple. From there it was on to their seaside ceremony, which went off without a hitch. After capturing a few more gorgeous images of this fantastic couple in the rose garden, it was on to the reception where Omer and Danielle’s nuptials were celebrated in class and style: a celebration that seemed to have jumped directly from the pages of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.

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The prestigious Fairmont Copley Plaza is an icon of the Boston landscape, as well as its history.  For Jonathan and Hillary, the hotel also holds great, historical significance, though on a smaller and more personal scale. For three generations, the women in Hillary’s family have exchanged their vows within the walls of this opulent hotel. Jonathan’s family shares a long legacy of Fairmont weddings, as well. In total, there have been a combined twelve Fairmont Copley weddings between the two families. Hillary and Jonathan kept the family tradition alive with a wedding styled so elegantly that it looked like it jumped off the pages of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. Hillary, being the obvious fashionista, added her own personal touch, incorporating the perfect amount of modern flare without compromising the refined elegance of the Fairmont. Jonathan is equal to his wife in his enthusiasm for style, and so each detail of this wedding was a testament to the couple’s excellent taste. As a photographer, when working with a couple like this in a place such as the Fairmont, it is almost impossible to take a bad photograph. And when Jonathan and Hillary revealed their willingness to explore the avenues of Copley Square to include the cityscape in their wedding photography, I was over the moon. I hope they enjoy these images as much as I enjoyed being a part of their wedding day.

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I like to believe all of the couples I work with are soul mates, but when it came to Michael and Angela there was no denying these two were made for each other. This couple had the most amazing chemistry, not to mention the sweetest daughter who was also the flower girl. So I was really excited to photograph their Cruiseport Gloucester wedding. We started shooting the bride and groom at separate locations: the bride at her family’s home and the groom at the immaculate Beauport Hotel. Michael and Angela deviated from tradition when they chose to see each other before their large church wedding. So the couple rendezvoused on the beach in front of Beauport, where they shared one of my favorite first look moments. We also took the time to do family and wedding party formals before heading to the church. This turned out to be very advantageous, as it allowed us to shoot only the bride and groom against the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen canopied across the Gloucester sky at Bass Rocks. And just when we thought it couldn’t get any better, the harvest moon made its grand appearance, helping me to create some truly spectacular images for Michael and Angela to enjoy during their happily ever after.

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