A wonderful children and family photography session at Borderland State Park. The weather was crisp and it was just a great day to photograph an old friend and her family.
As a wedding and lifestyle photographer who shoots a ton of weddings in Boston I always like the change of pace when shooting engagement sessions in Boston proper. I love the uniqueness of the historic Boston morphing into what has become a beautiful modern city where people have not forgotten their heritage. Jamie and Greg and I shot in some great locations that ranged from a cobble stone street that was probably a cow path to a newly renovated T station. Where else in this country can you shoot a profession of 350 years in one mile?
These two were troopers and I just want to thank them for their patience as we probably walked 5 miles from the State House, Charles Street, Boston Public Gardens and ending up at the Arlington T stop.
What a day Catherine and Darby had for their wedding at the Conanicut Yacht Club. Perfect early fall weather and and a bunch of family and friends to be part of a great celebration. I had such a crazy time when putting together this blog post that it grew into a Part One for today and Part Two coming tomorrow night. Usually I blog 20-35 images from a wedding, but I got a little carried away and realized I needed to split the wedding blog posts in half. Today is getting ready through the ceremony and tomorrow’s post will be all about the reception.
Leah and Steven contacted me a couple of months ago about photographing their wedding at Migis Lodge up in Maine. I’m always excited to go home to photograph a wedding and when leah sent me a e-mail saying that my blog post on Camp in Maine really touched her and it was how she felt about her cabin up there and all the connections to family that made my week.
When they told me about their plans for their engagement session they added my second favorite “M” word behind Maine which is MOVIES my mind started racing in 100 directions of how to shoot them in the theatre. They had the Somerville Theatre for a couple of hours one afternoon and between the theatre and the funky Museum of Bad Art in the basement we had a blast! Mt favorites of the day are them hanging out in the seats and shot as if they were just hanging out and munching on popcorn while watching a great new fall movie.
Leah and Steven really know how to have fun and relax and it was two hours of cracking up and before I knew it we had run out of time! Have fun and enjoy this time leading up to next summer!