Category Archives: Rustic Weddings

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…

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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…

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What better way to welcome the New Year than photographing an incredible wedding with an incredible couple at an amazing venue like the Saphite Estate? I have always enjoyed shooting New Year’s Eve weddings. Maybe because it’s iconic for new beginnings, which really gets my creative juices flowing. Or maybe its’s the combination of elegancancy and revelry synonymous with this time of…

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It takes a certain couple to brave the elements of a winter in New England. But when that couple comes along, as a wedding photographer, the pay off is huge. John and Heather were just such a couple. Heather and her bridesmaids were simply a fun group of girls. John was the kind of groom who would have…

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There are many things you can control when it comes to taking great photos. There is the obvious things, like exposure and composition. There are the artistic and narrative elements, which create a pleasant image and a story that people want to be told. And then there are the things you cannot control. One example of…

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