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Monthly Archives: March 2013

Why it Matters Most – The Marriage of Becky and Julie at Henrietta’s Table

Today is an important day for millions of same sex couples and their families around the United States.  The Supreme Court will “hear a challenge to the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, which bars married gay couples from receiving federal marriage benefits. The federal law defines marriage as a union between one man and one […]

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The One and Only – Boston City Hall Elopement of Isabel and Amanda

It went something like this….not exactly but something like it. Ring Ring “Hello?” “Hello Ma’am I’m calling from Florida.  My fiance and I are coming to Boston from Florida.  We are getting married at City Hall.  We really need a photographer and found you on Gayweddings.com. Are you around on February 1st?  We have never […]

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Ready for Take Off – Boston engagement session with Chrissy and Scott

Yup I’m totally behind on blogging but that should change by summer time.  Until then I will try and get on it more frequently.  So let’s start with an engagement session I did this past Saturday with Chrissy and Scott. This engagement session took me all over Boston and on a tour of their lives.  […]

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Love at the Lenox Hotel – The Wedding of Mike and Siobhan

Many folks know that I found my voice in terms of wedding photography when I met a couple named Kristen and Scott.  We are still friends to this day and I’m friends with some of their friends, including a spitfire Irish bombshell named Siobhan.  She is a lot like me, says what’s on her mind […]

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The Broad Spectrum Project – A Family Vacation and The Boston Globe

As I wrapped up my first trip to Disney World with my kids, an article hit the press about my work with people affected by Autism.  If you want to read the article in The Boston Globe, click HERE!  Anyway, It went viral and I was a tiny bit unprepared for the amount of emails, […]

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