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Yearly Archives: 2013

Sarah, Ed, Maddy and Henry – Family Session at Wright Locke Farm

Sarah and Ed found me by chance about 4 years ago. They keep coming back to have their yearly family pictures taken and I couldn’t be happier. When I first photographed this beautiful family, Henry wasn’t even walking! I think the best part about returned families is watching the family change. Seeing the kids grow […]

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Flower Power – Jess and Dustin’s wedding at Tower Hill Botanical Gardens

Jess and Dustin were married on August 3, 2013 with a ceremony and reception at Tower Hill Botanical Gardens in Boylston, MA. I met Jess through the brilliant Sarah Trainor (the woman responsible for my logo), and after a few phone calls, I met the newly engaged couple at the Citizen Public House for dinner […]

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Feeling right at home – The City Hall Elopement of Stephanie and Jeannine

Stephanie and Jeannine had a City Hall Elopement at Boston City Hall on September 13, 2013. I take elopements very seriously for a few reasons. First, is they are super intimate. They usually have few to zero guests and there is something so special about that. Second, when I’m asked to photograph an elopement I’m […]

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A Stupendous Idea – My New Custom Showit Website

  Way back in the day of film, you didn’t need a website if you wanted to be a photographer, you needed a printed portfolio. I had one of those. Enter digital, I jumped on board and eventually got myself a website, but at that time most people paid THOUSANDS of dollars to have a […]

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Ready for Take Off – Chrissy & Scott married at the Worcester Airport

Chrissy and Scott were married October 5, 2013 with a ceremony at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Worcester, MA and a reception at The Worcester Airport. I have been fortunate to work with a whole bunch of Western Massachusetts brides, in the Worcester area to be exact. It started with Kaitlyn and Jackson, and they […]

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