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December late afternoon light…makes everything alright

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Tweet Gorgeous model-like bride + awesome late afternoon light from the thin December sun + Gagne more than ably positioning our gelled speedlight = very easy portrait session. Jenn rocked her late Grandmother’s coat for warmth and wow. I’m addicted to the gel these days for daylight shots. Too bad we couldn’t get them both […]

The Proposal – She said, “Yes!”

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Tweet When Heather Vaughn from Simply U Events & Proposals called me to see if we’d do a surprise marriage proposal, I started begging her to let us do this. Yep, hiding in the bushes while the hero, Rob, orchestrates a picnic and a ring for our heroine, Tanya. They went to Parlee Farms in […]

Chris, his landscapes & the photos he creates…

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Many couples often ask what other types of photography I’m involved in. My first love in photography is documentary style. Working as a photojournalist at Boston Now and attending Glen Cooper’s Reportage field trips in Guatemala have helped craft me into the photographer I am today. This work has been a key factor in making my wedding work what it is today.
There is however another type of photography that inspires me and has had an impact on how I look at wedding photography. Its landscapes.

Price is great, but Chemistry is better

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

I advice the same for couples: meet the photographer, and get a sense of how you feel around them– do you want to spend 8-10hr on one of the most intimate days of your life? If it feels right, trust that. Nothing like spending $1K less than the photographer you really wanted, having bad chemistry, and ending up with mediocre pictures. After all the work you’ve put into the wedding, chemistry is key.