Category Archives: Urban Weddings

Brett and Shari’s Wedding in Boston, MA

Being a documentary wedding photographer, I’m always excited when a couple has a really amazing story tell. Especially when it is a big part of their wedding planning. This was the case with Brett and Shari’s wedding. The day started with Brett getting ready with his groomsmen at the couple’s shared Hyde Park home. Shariand…

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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…

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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…

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Paul and Jordan’s Omni Parker House Wedding in Boston, MA

There is something very unique about shooting a wedding in Boston, especially when the wedding takes place in the more historic areas, like Government Center. In this part of the city, we do not have to travel far to incorporate some of Boston’s most iconic elements for Paul and Jordan’s Omni Parker House wedding photography.  These two…

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Jason and Anna’s Jewish Wedding at Four Points Sheraton in Needham, MA

I always enjoy working with people who have a close relationship with their culture. It makes me feel like I am not exclusively a wedding photographer, but also a cultural anthropologist. And living in such a metropolitan, multicultural area, I get to observe and document a lot of cool and interesting things. Take for instance,…

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