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published: lindsay + chris, rye nh

I’m thrilled to finally be able to share images from this wedding, published today on Vogue.com! Lindsay & Chris’sView full post »

published: meredith + mike, crane estate wedding

I’m excited to share the link for Town & Country’s feature of Meredith & Mike’s gorgeous wedding, which tookView full post »

katherine + peter : : vermont

Katherine, just before the ceremony.View full post »

joanna + bryan

Joanna & Bryan’s wedding at a private estate in the Boston area was seriously enchanting: a jaw-dropping setting, lush details,View full post »

dara + eric : : seaport hotel wedding photography, boston

Dara & Eric’s wedding at the Seaport Hotel in May was lovely, laid-back, and fun-filled — Dara and Eric have a knack forView full post »

Ten

I’m feeling a bit nostalgic this afternoon: ten years ago today, I was shooting my very first wedding as a professional photographer.View full post »

wpja contest results

I’m pleased to announce that the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA.com) recently posted a list of winners from their 4thView full post »

Grace Ormonde Wedding Style magazine feature

I’m excited to share the news that Nina & Charlie’s lovely Boston Harbor Hotel wedding has been featured in the mostView full post »

sarah + brent : : backyard elopement

One of the most moving weddings of the past year had only four participants: the minister, the bride and groom, and their lovely dogView full post »

harvest moon

Quiet moment from a recent wedding…View full post »

heather + allan : : MIT endicott house, dedham

So fun to discover a hidden gem of a venue! I’ve been photographing weddings for 8 years, but I’d never heard of The MITView full post »

sneak preview : : beth + ryan

Gorgeous winery setting, ideal weather, and a wedding party with bridesmaids willing to climb a stone wall. What more could a photographerView full post »