Category archives: Weddings

WeddingGina & Cory: An Oceanview of Nahant WeddingMay 6, 2017

If I could pick one word to sum up Gina and Cory's Oceanview of Nahant wedding, it would be bliss. From the first time I met Gina, to their engagement session at Crane Estate, to their magical wedding day, these two radiated happiness. The forecast for their beautiful oceanside ceremony turned a little cold minutes before the ceremony, but their heartfelt words warmed[...]

Boston Wedding PhotographerSam & Tom – Eolia Mansion WeddingAugust 26, 2016

Mix together a young, genuine couple, a lush, waterfront mansion in Connecticut and the most gorgeous fall August evening, and you have THIS stunning wedding at Eolia Mansion at Harkness Park in Waterford, Connecticut. If this Eolia Mansion wedding couldn't get any more perfect, the venue has green hills that tumble down to the Atlantic Ocean, carrying a warm breeze a[...]

Claire & Greg: An Oxford, Mississippi Wedding

Being a full-time wedding photographer has been a dream of mine for a few years. Since I started my own photography business in 2014, I've nannyed several families to sustain my photography business, buy gear and software, and afford to rent a gorgeous apartment with my boyfriend. After two years with the same family, I'm finally able to retire from nannying and focus[...]

Kristi & Sean: A Quidnessett Country Club Wedding

Hi guys! I'm catching up on blogging and there's no better wedding to start on than this stunner from the Quidnessett Country Club last September. (Wow, am I behind!) Kristi and Sean are an adorable couple from the Boston area and the ocean-front country club was the perfect place for them to tie the knot. The couple combined vibrant colors with nautical details in th[...]

Dave and Elysha – Newport, Rhode Island Wedding Photographer

  Congratulations to Dave and Elysha for a fabulous wedding full of love, friends, family and good times. Congrats also on picking a GORGEOUS place to do formal wedding pictures. These are from Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. This building is called Ochre Court and was built in 1892. It was the original building used for the college. The first [...]