The end of the year is always a little bitter sweet for me. I welcome the break from weddings every weekend and yet I miss weddings every weekend. Photographing weddings is a lot of work…but it also offers a lot of joy. I’m extremely grateful to have such a wonderful job and I already look forward to next season.
Below is a quick collection of some of this year’s favorite moments for me. I owe my clients a huge thank you for having me as your wedding photographer. Obviously, I couldn’t do this without you, so thanks!
I hope everyone cherishes the time with their families this holiday season. Family is so precious.
Sarah and Alicia had an amazing ceremony, officiated by a young and vibrant Unitarian Universalist minister. Sarah and Alicia are an adventurous couple who are looking at marriage as their next adventure.
I truly wish these two the best!!
The wedding season is coming to a close here in New Hampshire and it a bitter sweet feeling. I was lucky to spend an amazing Fall day on Lake Winnipesaukee with Lindsey and Nick at Chase House at the Inn at Mill Falls. Just look at this light! It doesn’t get much better than this.
Lindsey and Nick are a sweet couple with a happy road ahead of them. Congratulations guys!!
There is nothing like a Fall wedding in New England. Britney and John had a wonderful October wedding at The Family Worship Center in Plymouth with their reception at The Inn on Newfound Lake. To call this a perfect day, would be selling it short. And this was a couple who deserved beautiful weather. It is a pleasure to photograph a couple as kind and giving as this one. During their ceremony after exchanging their vows, they each visited the others parents and offered a vow to them as well. Very unique and extremely touching.
Congratulations Britney & John!
Jill and Will’s wedding was, quite possibly, on the best day of the Fall this year. An amazing day for a Church Island wedding. But everything was not as perfect as the weather After the ceremony on the boat ride back to the shore, the boat broke down. Some couples may have flipped out, but Jill and Will didn’t miss a beat, tied their boat to another and kept on going. The delay did get us back to the Margate a little bit later then expected but again they just cruised through their formals, taking the last just as sun dipped behind the trees. This is a wedding that I will always remember. Congratulation Jill and Will!
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