I have been so lucky to take part in so many incredible weddings, engagements, and editorials. Feel free to have a quick glance at my curated portfolio below, or if you would rather see some highlights from full events, please visit my Featured Galleries.
Portrait of Bride Brittany under the pistrice of Positano on her wedding day.
Bride Ngoc and Groom David kiss during their post-ceremony portrait session on their wedding day in the Seaport district of Boston, MA
Bride Brittany and Groom Mike decided to take advantage of their time on the Amalfi Coast and opted to do their engagement session a couple of days before their wedding, scheduling a daylong boat trip to Capri and exploring the coast.
Hammond Castle Museum overlooking the northern coast of Massachusetts makes a dramatic backdrop for a wedding.
Quiet bridal portraits during the getting ready portion of the day are always introspective and intimate, a true joy to photography.
Finding dramatic angles to photograph your love. This 1853 Mansion is an example of the stunning historical estate venues that make such stunning backdrops for wedding portraits and elevate even the smallest moments.
This couple, Meghan and Jeff, met while they were each working at MIT, so they made sure to make a stop at MIT during their engagement session. The golden light of sunset only emphasized their beautiful connection.
Tablescapes are a beautiful way to enhance and communicate your wedding vibe and add unique, personal touches that elevate your wedding.
Jenna and Jeff opted for the iconic coastal charm of Rockport for their engagement session, especially wanting to include the rust tones and hanging buoys of the famous Motif 1pier.
This greenery and berries boutonniere added an elegant and unique touch to this groom's classic look.
Everything about Bride Meghan's look was classic with a twist. Her beautiful Enaura Bridal gown was personalized with custom off the shoulder tulle sleeves, and her bouquet was a sumptuous bundle of dangling greenery, and delicate, textured ranunculus, roses, and pops of orchids, Meghan's favorite.
There are many opportunities for creative twists in wedding planning. For this styled editorial at the 1853 Homer House where painter Winslow Homer had painted some of his famous works, his paintings served as the table identifiers and escort cards.
Making time in your timeline to share photos of the two of you alone is so incredibly important. During a day filled with nonstop action and constantly surrounded by friends and family, romantic portrait time gives you, the couple, a rare moment to yourselves to let the moment sink in and steal some moments, just for you.
Enjoy the morning with your friends and family around you! Toast with coffee, celebrate with champagne- do whatever will get you in the mood to make this day as joyful as you deserve it to be.
Don't be afraid to let your boutonnieres be a little off the beaten path. Get creative- talk to your florist about your overall aesthetic and vibe and let them direct you toward a look you may not have imagined.
Acorn Street on Beacon Hill, the most photographed street in all of Boston. It is undisputably gorgeous and adorable, but know that photography there is difficult. Thankfully, there are many spots around Beacon Hill where you can get a very similar feeling from your photos without the same level of hassle.
This wild and textural bouquet from Cezanne Floral had me swooning at Bride Michelle's wedding in Long Beach, CA.
This incredible room was actually a bathroom in the stunning Ebell Club of Long Beach. The moment that Bride Michelle and I walked in there during our site visit, we knew that we had to do some portraits in there. Thankfully Groom Evan was totally up for it. Don't be afraid to utilize any amazing space for portraits on your wedding day!
I always try to take a moment to take some intimate portraits of the jewelry my brides are wearing. It's these small details that can get a bit lost in the overall look of the day, let your jewelry, hair, and makeup have its moment too.
These amazing spirit walker booties by Bali Elf were such a fun surprise pop of color and texture underneath this long gown.
This incredible tablescape for Ruffled Blog delivered a big wow moment, from the lace texture of the china to the tulip laying across the plate, to the staggered height candles, moss, and shed antlers running along the center of the table.
Don't be afraid of finding a wedding dress that is unabashedly, unequivocally YOU. If you are not a white dress kind of girl, there are so many stunning options out there. This dusty blue tulle and lace dress by Claire La Faye was a jaw dropper.
During an emotional portion of the bride's vows, Bridesmaids Stacy and Chris held each other's hands as the tears flowed.
For this Lady of Shallott styled editorial, Britt Dent of Whiled Flowers, Sara Rodrigues of Making You Glow hair and makeup, and the gorgeous Lyravega Bridal "Deb" dress combined for a stunning modern medieval bohemian look.
One of the things I encourage all of my couples to do is arrange a site visit for us to walk the venue together. This gives us an opportunity to scout locations you may not have even realized would photography beautifully and plan time to hit those locations into your timeline.
Veils (or lack thereof) communicate so much style in such a simple accessory. Cathedral veils are elegant, Juliet veils are romantic, Birdcage veils are sassy. There is no right answer, but there are so many opportunities to choose a veil that suits your look and your personality.
Combining wedding details together are always fun to see- the invitation that you sent out, your jewelry, your heirlooms, together they all tell part of your wedding story.
This classic black tuxedo was made fresh and modern with a handmade feathered bowtie from Brackish Bowties and a boutonniere of dried florals by Leslie Lee Floral Design.
Find locations that speak to you and let your photographers find locations that speak to us creatively. The result is always worth it, because sometimes, locations that don't look like much are jaw dropping when placed in the four corners of a photo composition.
Give your shoes a moment to shine. If you have chosen a pair of gorgeous shoes, there's a good chance they won't be seen much, so let them have a glamour portrait of their own!
These two beauties looked stunning in this styled editorial for Ruffled Blog.
Destination Weddings are among my favorites to photograph, and this Chateau in French wine country is an absolute dream.
Handsome and glowing, there are few better days to get a man than on the day he's marrying his true love.
Be sure to assemble your full invitation suite (and copies of any other paper goods you included throughout the day) to make the flatlay and detail portion of the day seamlessly flow within your wedding photography timeline.
Let your passion show. Try not to be embarrassed! It's very natural to feel awkward at first, but just do your best to be yourselves and let yourselves be absorbed within the moment. You will be glad you did.
Keep some flowers and greenery on hand with your details. They really make flat lays and detail shots elevate and pop.
For brides opting not to wear a veil, there are so many gorgeous alternative headpieces, from a delicate jeweled headband like this one or an elaborate flower crown, or just a simple updo with no adornment, every way looks gorgeous and communicates your personality and style.
This image, featured on the cover of the Ultimate Wedding Magazine UK edition, was a beyond sweet, intimate moment.
Beautiful flowers and beautiful rings make a perfect pair, almost as perfect a pair as you and your fiancé/e.
Those "Just Married" vibes are real and they are some of my favorite moments to photograph. So much emotion, joy, and passion.