For engagement shoots, I usually recommend the couple bring a change of clothes and/or personal props to provide us with new looks and options. When I met up with Brittany and Shaunn for their shoot, they had several options - and Converse hi-tops - Shaunn had a few pairs of those…so cool.
The year was 2006, and I was excited to document my first Indian wedding. It was to take place in Newport, RI on the water at the Hyatt Regency. I often reflect on this wedding, because there’s a lot to the story which I’ll explain.
For Kelly and Sean's engagement shoot, we decided to go to one of their favorite spots in Ipswich - Cedar Point. The weather was perfect and the landscape beautiful; it was worth getting bit by greenheads at the end of shoot.
I had a fantastic time documenting Jenn and Stephen's wedding! Both their ceremony and reception were held at the Barn at Gibbet Hill. Many of Stephen's relatives and friends crossed the pond from Ireland to be with them on their wedding day
It’s such an honor to have this job, meet so many great people and witness so many great weddings. It’s extra sweet when the client happens to be one of my relatives. When the opportunity arose for me to document my cousin, Stephen’s wedding, I was beyond excited.
It’s been such a pleasure getting to know Megan and Kwame over the past year or so. They both have such a dedication to not only their careers, but equally to each other, all while appreciating the little things in life.
Out of the four weddings I documented in May, three of them were for families whom I've worked with in the past. I photographed Amanda and Richard's wedding back in the summer of 2012, and this time around it was Amanda's sister Lindsey's turn!