A beautiful mashing of culture, the bride is generationally Massachusetts and the groom all the way from Nigeria. As you can expect, beautiful colours, fun, joy and a lively Nigerian money dance at the end.
When you go to Hartford City Hall for an engagement session and it gives you elopement vibes. With incredibly grand staircase and beautiful big windows, a recipe for impeccable engagement photos.
We started off at Great Island Common near Portsmouth New Hampshire as we chased the golden light from the spring sunrise. We then walked around downtown Portsmouth (they love the architecture) and finished off at their favo(u)rite coffee shop, Kaffee Vonsolln
Simple Elegance. They just wanted to surrounded by their loved ones ranging from all around New England and Nigeria. With the backdrop of the beautiful Aldrich Mansion, this wedding was class. Oh, and you can't forget the Nigerian money dance at the end.
A rainy first look and a rainbow ending ceremony. This Dockside Restaurant York Maine Wedding had everything tossed at the couple and they came out on top. That's what forever is all about.
We started off with a location that was a sentimental to them, Piers Park, where he proposed. Photos are more meaningful that way. We then did a little detour, picked up their furbaby and chased the sunset at Castle Island.
Everything about this Acadia National Park Engagement Session was beautiful. A cliffside golden hour, a sunset, a moon rise and moody lantern blue hour. They both loved the wilderness and so it only made sense to have their engagement session be a little wild.
The bride wanted Bridgerton elegance and a day where they could just breathe and relax with all their loved ones. No real plans for photos, just plans for hanging out with the people they held near and dear
Rehearsal Dinner at the Peabody Essex Museum, an absolutely stunning wedding at the elegant Tupper Manor and ending the night off with outrageously fun bubble exit. A celebration to remember.
Walking around the city in the early morning, we found ourselves in familiar places but with a different atmosphere. The streets were quiet, and the busyness of the city was replaced with a peaceful serenity. Imagine the Boston Public Gardens and Beacon Hill, all to yourself.
It was early but it was an incredible. Picture the Seaport all to yourself, no tourists, no runners, no seagulls. Just you and the possibilities. This sunrise session was an adventure around Fan Pier Park and the ICA/Boston
Ever been an introverted extrovert? Welcome to a couple who embodies that; they have their people and when they are around them, the party comes out. It didn't matter that this wedding was rained it! It was moody but what a fun wedding at the Grand View in Mendon.
Brimming of personal touches, this Historic White Oak Farm wedding in Ohio was one to remember. If you're about rustic, simple and family, this was a dream wedding.
They wanted to just walk around, so we did just that. They wanted the flowers that came with spring and so we went to Arnold Arboretum, walked around, had a picnic and popped a champagne bottle. It was simple, it was beautiful, it was just that.
When the west coast of Canada meets the east, it's a beautiful thing. First look at the Knox College of University of Toronto, where they both attended, church ceremony at the same church the groom's parents got married and a reception that could not hold the love in.
The Envoy Rooftop Terrace, Boston Skyline view and the beautiful Granite Links Country Club . Full of special moments with loved ones, this day was curated for deep connections and a lot of fun.
Their typical date night consists of trying out espresso martinis around the city so naturally our engagement session included espresso martini's at Ciao Roma in the North End. We then ran around and chased the cotton candy skies at Christopher Columbus Park, the Zakim Bridge and Long Wharf.
A ridge line Newport Mansion Wedding purposefully planned for intimate moments, personal touches and tear filled belly laughs. Who knew the beauty that would come when west coast meets east coast.
They absolutely love frequenting coffee shops and exploring hidden gems in the city. So this engagement session was just that, walking around the North End and finishing up at Tradesmen Coffee, perfectly representing what these two love to do with each other.
A modern love deserves a modern engagement session. Set with the backdrop of JFK Library and the streets of Beacon Hill. These two ran around, not holding anything back, because that was their love personified.
They both moved to different states for post grad and decided to go back to where they met for their engagement shoot. They walked the streets of beacon hill and finished with watching the sunset at Castle Island. It was hard for them to leave again
Their relationship revolved around the ocean. Spending days on a boat, swimming in the ocean or a bonfire on the beach. What better way to represent their journey then taking it back to the ocean by watching the sunrise at Good Harbour Beach and admiring the strength of the ocean on Atlantic Ave.
A classic boston filled engagement session including so much of what represents it. Coffee shops like tatte, historic locations like Beacon hill and walking around the Arnold Arboretum.
A magical Gardens at Uncanoonuc Mountain wedding that focused on what truly mattered, the commitment the couple had for each other. They've known each other for more than a decade and made sure that they were marrying their bestfriend.
Set in the historic Bradley Estate, these two danced the night away surrounded by the people they call home.
An imminent storm broken by a beautiful sunset is an incredible metaphor for these two and their willingness to stick by each other through thick and thin. This beautiful Granite Links wedding was full of intimacy, laughter and love.
The history between these two stretched as far back as kindergarten. Their relationship was filled with inside jokes, dancing in the kitchen and insight jokes. Determined to have a day full of laughing, dancing and celebration, Appleton Farms provided the best backdrop.
Met as sophomore's in college, they enjoyed the simple things with each other. They loved cooking a meal with each other and then going for a nice walk, exploring the city. So, fittingly, we went for a sunrise stroll through the Boston Gardens followed by some good food at Contessa, Boston.
An absolute celebration of two incredible families coming together. After a long stint of social distancing because of Covid distancing, these two and their families knew how to party. A music filled ceremony at Hartford city hall followed by an incredible party at the Society Room.
An unforgettable Pierce House wedding shared by a couple who truly embodied community. Their day was filled with laughter & shared moments, not only with each other but with their team of lifelong friends
A Lakeview Pavilion Wedding. These two were a wonderful coming together of two different cultures. They respected and honoured one another and that really shined brightly during their special day.
A Cambodian Tying of the Knot Ceremony turned engagement. This sporadic ceremony was a beacon of light & beauty during the pandemic. It was small and intimate, and it was just right.
A breathtaking mountain top wedding. This day was filled with so many warm moments; the beginning of a blended family. Not only was there a heartwarming first touch, but the groom also promised to be the best stepdad he can be to his new stepdaughter, This day was about the couple, but it was also so much more.
A beautiful and organic home ranch wedding. These two knew how to celebrate in a way that truly represented their sensibilities. From walking down the aisle on a horse, to dancing the night away under a disco ball. A stunning expression of their love.
This long distance love was simple. She was off in dentistry school and he was off finishing up his residence at med school. When they would visit each other, they had picnics - and that's exactly what we did for our session. A picnic with some BonChon Fried Chicken.
These two claimed they were awkward in front of the camera, but they absolutely worked this sunrise session. We explored their favourite beaches and coastal vantage points and as they focused on each other, their love naturally came out.
An intimidate backyard wedding. It was small and it was special and it was absolutely full of love. The day was stripped down compared to the traditional wedding day, but it was bursting at the seams with breathtaking moments. From an emotional first look, all the way to sunset ending, it was never a dull moment.
A celebration to remember. This Grand View Wedding was all about celebration. Celebrating the incredible view, celebrating waiting out the lockdown from a pandemic, celebrating the meeting of two families, and finally, celebrating the kind nature of a beautiful couple. Oh, there was a jeep - can't forget the jeep.
They first met at the Harvard track Stadium during an early workout. So they chose to run around Harvard for their engagement session. What better way to get the whole city to yourself then a sunrise session.
This engagement session not lacking in adventure and laughter. At the end of it, this couple simply wanted photos that represented their love for exploration and how much they love spending time with each other.
A beautifully magical, rainy Waverly Oaks wedding filled with the warmth of a joyous celebration. The inclement weather could not stop their beautiful personal vows or their guests dancing the night away.
Filled with love ones from across the country, this Hope Artiste Wedding was all about the coming together of two communities and honouring both. Filled with fun, laughter and a whole ton of dancing.
A whimsically foggy Duxbury Engagement. We set out for an early morning session to get the sun rising over the water but instead we were met with fog. We rolled with it, used our car headlights and had an incredible seafood picnic.