If you’re never been to Block Island it’s New England’s best kept secret. All that’s missing is the palm trees. I can see why Meg and Andrew love coming here and it was a great place to have a wedding.Read More
Paola and Austin were married at Saint George Rectory in Worcester on September 15th 2018.Read More
All you need to make your wedding perfect is everyone you love. And sometimes doves.Read More
It's hard to believe the day started with tornado warnings.Read More
Even though the rain didn't quite stay away, it was still a beautiful Cape Cod spring day.Read More
Dominique and Shaun were married at A Villa Louisa.Read More
My day started by joining Dasom and the bridal party at a very cool Airbnb they had reserved right in the heart of Cambridge.Read More
I met Charity and Garrett at Fan Pier Park for their engagement shoot. I love any excuse to visit Boston, especially on a nice day.Read More
They are from Minnesota but as you’ll see, the little lady is now a proud Boston Red Sox fan.Read More
We had been waiting for a nice snowstorm to shoot their engagement session at her request, for what seemed like the whole winter.Read More
Jacqui and Corey got married!Read More
Ashlea and Ed were married on October 26th 2017 in Westfield Massachusetts.Read More
Is there anything better than autumn in New England?Read More
It was the dog's first camping trip and we had the perfect spot way out in the wilderness on a lake.Read More
Four generations of her family were there, it was a beautiful thing to see.Read More
Although people make this mistake from time to time, that's not my son over there on the side (or above - are you on your phone? Yeah, you're probably looking at this on a phone); he's my nephew. And he's helping me take a portrait of his dad, who just had his second little boy the day before! And so begins his lifelong obsession, starting all the way back when he was three years old when his uncle let him take a few pics after his baby brother was born! That will be a fun story!
I wish I could say I had such a story myself - and while it's slightly tempting to make one up for the sake of this website, the reality is I never really even touched a camera growing up - other than the occasional Polaroid snap. No, I started much later. I think I'll do a blog post and spare this page from growing so long you stop reading it. But you do want to know at least a little about me, right?
Finally, in 2004, when the prices were at a level where us mortals could afford them, I bought my first digital; it was a Kodak of some sort and had pretty low resolution grainy files by today's standards but compared to those disposables it seemed pretty amazing. I was loving it. I took it everywhere, took lots of what I thought were very "artsy" pictures at the time, and was content.
Then I got three ferrets.
Suddenly I was back in disposable camera territory - blurry awful pictures! These little carpet sharks just don't stay still. I took to the internet to research why I was having so much trouble taking photos! I mean this was kind of an expensive camera, shouldn't it be taking amazing pictures? No matter what? So right down the photography rabbit hole I go. I ordered a few books off Amazon (reading was this thing we used to do before youtube instructional videos) and got to work learning. Here's something about me you will realize if you spend much time around me - when I get into something, I go all in. I learn everything I can and become obsessed. Photography was now the that years "omg I have to learn everything on earth right now". Except it's been every year since.
Realizing the severe limitations of my Kodak compact camera I ended up buying my very first digital SLR at that time, which was a then state-of-the-art Canon Digital Rebel XT with the pretty awful but 'still better than a cell phone' 18-55mm f/3.5-f/5.6 kit lens. Once I got my hands on it I was absolutely blown away. And thus began my journey.