Being a wedding photographer means you're intimately a part of someone's big day and usually by the end of the day I find myself as part of the family.
I met up with Kate and Thomas and their puggle Maeby at the Museum of Fine Art and headed over to The Fens for an evening of gorgeous light and a rose garden that would make the Queen of Hearts jealous. I had no idea this amazing garden existed and stumbled upon it one day while lost, looking for a kickball game. Kate had contacted me about an e-session and we were still trying to figure out location. As soon as I saw this hidden gem, I emailed her immediately and we set a time to meet up and shoot and I'm so happy we did!
Kate and Thomas are a super interesting couple, with such a sweet dog! Maeby knows all kinds of tricks and was such a good boy for this shoot. Thomas is a doctor and Kate is about to leave her days of coaching water polo to dive into med school herself! I had such a great time shooting with them and I may have to only shoot in this dreeeamy rose garden from now on! That's it! Rose garden or bust!
My darling friend Suzie connected Toni and I about Toni's wedding in October. They recently added to their family and we figured this was a perfect excuse to take some engagement photos before the wedding.
I was not prepared for this puppy.
I had to spend a good 10 minutes rolling around on the ground with Moose before I could even say hello to Toni and Kevin. Luckily they totally get it. Moose is a total cartoon character angel and ended up with such a fun set of parents.
Toni and Kevin are just a lot of fun. It was laughs right from the get go and it was like we had all been friends for years. Toni and Kevin, I can not wait to shoot your wedding in October and I can not be held liable if Moose shows up in a tux and I die. That's on you guys.
Katherine and Nic met at a community clean up. She was trying to help out Mother Earth and he really just needed to fulfill some credits for school. He certainly got more than he signed up for when he caught Katherine's eye. Unable to resist the pull of an eco-friendly guy, she asked him for help with something and the rest is adorable history.
These two recently moved to Boston from Utah and I'm so glad they contacted me to take their engagement photos. They are both super smart and incredibly nice and were such an easy couple to work with. We hung out around Beacon Hill and then wandered over to the Esplanade. Katherine's shoes ended up swimming around in the Charles, but neither of them were the least bit phased and we rewarded with a totally gorgeous sunset.