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Summer Greek Wedding The Villa in East Bridgewater

It seems some weddings all the work is done for you and you can concentrate on doing fun creative imagery. Kerriy and Lucianna‘s wedding was just that. All the details were so well thought out from the getting ready to the last dance. It’s often nice to start photographing at the brides house as it has such a personal feel to it. We then headed to Taxiarchae/Archangels Greek Orthodox Church in Watertown. The Greek ceremony has so many interesting and unique customs and traditions that it’s hard to make a bad photograph. After the ceremony we were allowed to do some photography in the church. The space is like no other I have photographed in all my years. We ended the evening at The Villa and East Bridgewater. I have photographed there a number of times, but each time I seem to come up with something different, as it has some many different locations and lighting situations to shoot in. It didn’t heart that we had an amazing sunset and a great couple to put in front of it.

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Harrington Farm Summer Wedding

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This job is a lot easier when you genuinely enjoy working with the people you’re photographing. Brandon and Jamie are that couple. They wanted to do a lot of fun and creative photography. Which is what I enjoy most about the work I do. We did some getting ready photography in the hotel which had some amazing light to work with. Harrington farm is one of the few venues that no matter what time of year you are there, it’s hard not to get some amazing backgrounds to work with. It seems that anyway you turn the camera you are likely to get a good shot. It was very easy to see you throughout the day how much they truly enjoy being around each other and how much fun they have. We tried to incorporate this into the photography as much as we could. The ceremony included some of the traditional Jewish customs, which always makes for and interesting memories. We were able to time that day to include I sunset and the school bus driver was kind enough to let use the bus for some cool shots as well. The rest of the evening was filled with a lot of dancing and an amazing time had by everyone who was there.

Fun Summer Wedding State Room Boston

As a Boston Wedding photographer there is no better space to get the most amazing views of the city than the State Room.  It is by far the best backdrop for any ceremony or reception. We started doing the getting ready photography at the Bostonian and Ames Hotel. Alton and Nadia wanted to do a nice combination of documentary, photojournalistic imagery as well as some fun portrait work. The groomsman having grown up in the city they felt very comfortable walking in between traffic to get whatever shots we needed. The ceremony was simply filled with emotion and the most amazing soft light so that we can incorporate shots of the guest as well as the skyline. It seems they had no hesitation about “rolling the dice” to have a summer wedding with all the formal photography done outside at Post Office Square. This went really well with their casino themed wedding. A great time was had by all as evident with a pack dance floor all night.

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Matt and Hannah Jewish wedding at the Saphire Estate

Driving into meet Matt and Hannah at the hotel I Started to see raindrops accumulating on the windshield. Looking at the radar, The Saphire Estate was in direct line for a major thunderstorm. Most brides would have been on edge or losing their minds, the exact opposite was true. They both had such a great outlook on the day that nothing was going to prevent them from having a blast at their wedding. The one benefit of being under overcast skies is that you can shoot in flat soft even lighting,  This allows you to be a lot more creative with the photography. Which is exactly the type of photos they wanted.  The Jewish ceremony has so many unique customs and traditions that you can always get great imagery and emotion. Just as the ceremony was about to start the storm shifted north and opened up the skies for an amazing sunset to shoot over Lake Massapoag. All the details were so well thought out to make the space there own. How many weddings do you get to use typewriters and books as props?  It was evident to see that Hannah had studied dance by the way she moved around the floor, having said that, Matt was not going to be upstaged when he and his groomsmen were out there. All in all it was an amazing day, For a great couple.

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Paul and Jillian amazing wedding at Birchwood Vineyards

It’s very rare that I get an opportunity to photograph three siblings weddings. Each one was unique in their own special way. The only thing I knew for sure is that we were in for a great day. They never seem to disappoint.  Paul and Jillian we’re just such a nice, appreciative, laid-back couple that it made the photography more genuine. Both the ceremony and reception took place at Birchwood Vineyards.  The space was so meticulously done up that every direction we faced we could get great imagery. The had vineyards on outside and a very rustic decor on the inside. Both families simply knew how to have a good time. The dance floor was packed from the first song to the last. 

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