• bride and groom walking in the city
  • boston winter wedding bride laughing
  • bridesmaids champagne dresses
  • bride and groom laughing in bostons south end
  • nauticus marina wedding bride and groom summer
  • black and white portrait of the bride
  • barn at gibbet hill bride and groom sitting at night
  • boston wedding photographer bride groom black white
  • willowdale estate wedding party purple dresses
  • groomsmen black and white photo
  • groom portrait boston college campus wedding
  • mystic ct wedding black and white ocean
  • bride and friends
  • red lion inn bride winter wedding red flowers
  • aldrich mansion bride and groom through the window black and white
  • bride and groom in the rain black and white portrait
  • aldrich mansion at night
  • groomsmen in boston
  • biltmore bride jumping on the bed
  • willowdale estate at night
  • groom portrait black and white
  • boston public library wedding green lamps
  • topsfield commons wedding portrait bride and groom
  • chequessett yacht club bride and groom in tall beach grass
  • willowdale estate wedding portrait bride and groom black and white
  • sunkised bride on wedding day
  • dramatic beach portrait of bride and groom
  • red lion inn winter wedding bride and groom red flowers
  • church island squam lake wedding photos
  • nauticus marina bride and groom in lighthouse
  • boston public library wedding photos at night
  • boston college wedding photos red bouquet
  • rhode island state house wedding photo
  • chequessett yacht club wedding photo bride and groom on beach
  • willowdale estate family photo wedding
  • bride in window


Natural wedding portrait photography is all of the beauty and formality of wedding photos past, with a little bit more personality peppered in. I want you to have fun, enjoy the moment, and show me a little of who you are! Portraits throughout the day are “lightly” posed, and it is within that pose that I ask couples to laugh or get closer, or close gaps between them. I will ask families to put their arms around each other, or hold hands. Using points of connection between people creates intimate, natural portraits.

Time set aside for just the couple is so important. It’s something that is all worked out well in advance of the wedding day. Portraits happen before or after the ceremony, and are often split up to capture different locations or events such as sunset or twilight. Wherever we are, I look for beautiful colors, sun-kissed pools of light, and dramatic contrast. It’s one of my favorite things on the wedding day!

The balance of portraits and moments is a choice that is yours. Every clients balance is unique, and I love photographing all of it! {moments portfolio}

Portraits carry incredible weight after the wedding day. From that moment, and as time marches on, they will only increase in value to you and your family. I would love to create those images for you! {contact the studio}