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Mike and Tiffany’s Chateau Briand Wedding in Carle Place, NY

As someone who works in a creative field, especially one that is so highly competitive, it is common to seek validation for the work you do. There is nothing quite as validating as a client referral. It says that a couple is so confident in the wedding photography I create that they want to share their experience with friends and family. It is especially gratifying when the referral turns out to be a wedding coordinator. This is someone who, for all intensive purposes, has seen it all and has a very deep pool of photographers to choose from. In the case of Tiffany, I had photographed one of her weddings in Westchester County, NY where she was working as a wedding director. Her bride was thrilled to show Tiffany the images from the day. As a result, Tiffany reached out to me, and the rest is history. Mike and Tiffany were the ideal couple for capturing  fun and creative wedding photography. They were up for anything to ensure they got the shots they wanted for their Chateau Briand wedding in Carle Place, NY on Long Island, NY. The venue is a very interesting space inspiring  some very innovative ideas, which we were sure to take advantage of. It was the perfect wedding to get the creative juices flowing after such a long and cold winter season.

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Rick and Shannon Wedding Cruiseport Gloucester

Most couples would find it hard to imagine ending up on a beach in Gloucester, MA in January on the day of their wedding. But Rick and Shannon are not most couples. It takes a great deal of courage to brave the elements on the North Shore of Massachusetts in winter. It was a risk asking Rick and Shannon to leave the comfort of their Beauport Hotel rooms to venture out to the beach to get the photography I knew we could capture there. Thankfully, Rick and Shannon were not about to let the bitter wind of a Gloucester prevent them from getting the wedding photography they had dreamed of.  Their reward for such bravery are some breathtaking images we could have only captured in this uniquely beautiful setting. I am always grateful for the opportunity to work with a bride and groom so committed to their wedding photography that try just about anything to get what they want.

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Patrick and Samantha’s Omni Parker House Wedding in Boston, MA

When Patrick and Samantha originally contacted me to photograph their wedding, they were in the midst of relocating from Hawaii to Boston. This made it virtually impossible to meet before their big day; therefore, I was not sure what to expect on the day of their wedding. Needless to say, I was more than pleasantly surprised. It is hard to imagine two people kinder and easier to work with than Patrick and Samantha. From getting ready all the way through to the last dance, these two were pleasant, gracious, enthusiastic about the photography, and most of all overcome with joy to be getting married. That is not to say the day did not present some challenges. Being a devout military family, Patrick and Samantha had chosen Veteran’s Day to celebrate their nuptials at the Omni Parker House in the heart of Boston’s Government Center. So the first obstacle that day was planning around the large Veterans Day parade route just one block from the hotel. There was also the subsequent traffic from parade watchers, and the temperature hardly reached above freezing that day. Despite all of these challenges, for this couple I would do it all over again. And while the temperatures outside were frigid, being around this warm couple made the icy November day unnoticeable. The results are some stunning images that Patrick and Samantha will have to enjoy for the rest of their lives together.

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Mike and Katie’s International Golf Club Wedding in Bolton, MA

If there were a word to describe someone who loves autumn, that would be me. It is not hard to imagine why, with me living in New England and being a wedding photographer. So I was thrilled to be photographing Mike and Katie’s fall wedding at the gorgeous International in Bolton, MA. This place is located in what is probably the state’s best kept secret for incredible fall foliage. It also boasts some of the most visually interesting elements for wedding photography. From it’s really cool stone walled water feature, to its massive weeping willow trees, there is almost too many choices for the enthusiastic wedding photographer to choose from. How could it get any better than this? I’ll tell you how. You can have a groom whose family home is located on a beautiful lake front property in Framingham, MA, and who allows you to take advantage of this gorgeous real estate to capture some amazing shots of one incredible couple. It was the perfect day, the perfect locations, and the perfect bride and groom to get the traditional and creative fall wedding photography Mike and Katie had hoped for.

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Nick and Courtney’s Lantana Wedding in Randolph, MA

It’s not hard to be a wedding photographer when your shooting a wedding like Nick and Courtney’s at Lantana’s in Randolph, MA. They were such a fun couple to work with, which is always the secret to creating some really fun and unique photography. And there’s nothing like photographing the happy couple in great light against the amazing colors of autumn. The fact that everyone was genuinely having a great time made there fall wedding in Massachusetts one to remember.

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