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Fall Wedding at Grand View

Having photographed Chris and Kristen’s engagement shoot, I knew we were in for a good day. They did not disappoint. What better way to welcome’s in a beautiful November than photographing a wedding at the phenomenal Grand View? No matter where we were the landscape was breaming with the fantastic colors that the New England Fall is famous for. We started the day by photographing the bride at her family home, and the groom getting ready in their house. It is nice to incorporate the personal touches of home. The ceremony took place over the water. The Justice of the Peace is in a lot of the ceremony shots. It was great to have Kristen’s brothers conduct the ceremony. They timed the day so we can do the formal photography and take advantage of the fall foliage and gorgeous stone structure that flanked the property to get some fun shots of the whole bridal party. We were able to get great light to work with during the Sunset right after the introductions and first dance. You know you are in for one amazing party whenever the reception is emceed by the always great to work with the staff at Grand View. You are never sure what kind of dance floor there might be a wedding. They tore it up from the first dance to the last. The rest of the evening was filled with fun, dance a laughter. It was the perfect combination of documentary, photojournalistic photography, and fun creative portraits. I am so glad I got to be part of their day.

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Fun Fall Wedding at the City Winery

Having photographed Jorge and Emily‘s engagement shoot I knew they wanted to have fun and creative imagery for the wedding. I also knew I had to be on my game as Jorge is an extremely competent photographer in his own right. To be honest, they did so much of the work for me it and made my job very easy. Really, how many brides are going to be climbing a rock wall in their wedding dress and heels on. If Emily was willing to make that sort of effort I knew I had to respond accordingly. We started the day at the Kimpton Marlowe Hotel in Cambridge. Haven’t shot there a number of times I know we could get some amazing lights and architecture to work with. We then headed over to Christopher Columbus Park to do the first look and formal photography. With so much extra time we were able to walk around the grounds to incorporate the Boston skyline, the harbor as well as the arch. As I mentioned we made a stop at the Boston Rock Gym. The ceremony and reception took place at the city winery in Boston. They allowed us to take advantage of the rooftop with some of the best views of Boston. The rest of the evening was filled with fun, dance a laughter. It was the perfect combination of documentary, photojournalistic photography, and fun creative portraits. I am so glad I got to be part of their day.

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Summer in Gloucester for a Wedding at the Beauport

You couldn’t avast for a better day to photograph a wedding. It’s very rare that everything comes together from the getting-ready photographs straight through to the last dance. I’m so glad that Shaun and Kassandra were able to get such an amazing day. What better place to host an event than the Beauport Hotel in Gloucester Massachusetts. Everything is so well thought out it makes it’s very easy for me to come in and do the photography. They chose to do some of the formal pictures at Bass Rocks. This is one of my favorite locations to photograph. The view speaks for itself. The rest of the evening was filled with fun and laughter. I’m so glad I was able to be part of the day.

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Fall Wedding The Commons 1854

Having photographed a couple of Kevin. and Jenny’s groomsmen‘s wedding, I knew we were in for a good day. They did not disappoint. Unfortunately in New England, we have to battle the elements. Despite the fact, we couldn’t go outside to do the formal pictures due to the rain we still got a lot of amazing images to work with. The Commons 1854 is one of the few locations where it looks just as nice inside as it does out. We were able to sneak out a little later in the evening when the rain subsided a bit. We started doing some getting-ready photographs at the Doubletree in Danvers. There were a lot of nice lights to work with and all the bridesmaids were having a lot of fun during the hair and make-up. We got some equally good Imagery at Kevin’s brother’s home. The ceremony and the rest of the evening were all filled with fun and dance. It was a perfect combination of fun portraiture mixed in with candid and situational photography. I’m so glad I was able to be part of the day.

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Great Summer Wedding Birch Wood Vineyards

Having photographed Kyle and Brittany‘s engagement shoot as well as two of their bridal parties weddings, I knew we were in for a good day. They certainly did not disappoint. We started the day at the Hilton in Manchester New Hampshire. There is some beautiful light to work with for the portraits we did of them separately. You wouldn’t think that they would be such a beautiful vineyard on the main road in Derry New Hampshire but Birch Wood Vineyards pulled it off. There was such genuine emotion at the ceremony and throughout the day, that it made our jobs very easy to document it. We got a nice combination of some fun portraits that incorporated the environments as well as the documentary and situational photography that they were looking for. The rest of the evening was filled with fun and dancing. I’m so glad I was able to be part of the day.

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