What an amazing summer we had! New England had some scorchers this year, but we also had some great ones where the weather was perfect! This was one of those days for Tessa and Mike who had their wedding at the lovely Elk’s Club right along the ocean side in Gloucester, MA.
It was a last minute call that I received a few weeks ago asking for a wedding photographer for a small, intimate gathering of only a few family members. The ceremony was held at a small, family-owned log cabin in the middle of a gorgeous, wooded Milford, NH. Antonella and Paco drove from Washington State to have their wedding here. And I was honored that they picked me to be their photographer!
I absolutely cannot wait to photograph Jackie and Ethan’s wedding. It will be a winter wedding later this year. In the meantime, I had the pleasure of photographing their engagement session at Periwinkle Cove in Rye, NH. This is a very lovely and secluded area where creators build rock sculptures. During low tide, it’s a sight to see!
It’s been a really hot summer this year. The crazy heat really can do a number on when and where you can do engagement photo sessions. Fortunately New England has plenty of seacoast to help ease the heat even just a little bit. That exactly what we did for Emily and Steve with their engagement photography in Rye NH.
I had an amazing time photographing Colby and Celia’s big day at the Smith Barn in historical Peabody, MA. It’s a venue that I have photographed many times before, but this was the first with an incredible band, The King of Hearts! They were able to keep everyone on the dance floor and it made for one incredible evening!
I love historical venues. From wonderfully crafted landscapes to amazing architecture, these historical landmarks make for lovely wedding venues. The Lyman Estate in Watertown, MA (just outside of Boston) is one of those places. Their greenhouse is gorgeous, the grounds are well maintained and cared for, and the old mansion is stunning