Danielle and Nick planned a fantastic International Golf Club wedding.
Nick and Danielle loved the International Golf Club for the scenic beauty, the abundance of trees and the stone bridges. Despite the soggy weather we were able to get out there and make some photos. Unfortunately, the ceremony had to be indoors but that didn't bother anyone.
The photo above, on the stone bridge, is how I'll remember this wedding. Danielle, smiling, laughing, looking so lovingly at her husband. This is why I photograph weddings. Throughout these photos, it's hard to find one without Danielle glowing. There is one portrait, but I had to ask her for a serious look... and it didn't last long.
What a wedding. Below are some more photos, check them out:
Kayte and Aaron planned a fun Mystic Seaport wedding this past summer.
So, we found out this summer, thanks to Kayte and are Aaron, that the Mystic Seaport is more than a museum. It's an incredible place to get married! This spot has that old New England maritime thing happening and it's perfect for a small wedding celebration. Kayte and Aaron were really excited about this venue and really happy with how their event came together. Below are some of our favorite images.
Alissa and Zach planned an incredible Public House Sturbridge wedding on this year's extended 4th of July weekend.
Monday weddings are rare. But this wedding was one of a kind. Two of the most laid back folks on the planet, Alissa and Zach, enjoyed their wedding to the fullest. I love being apart of days like this!
Some of my favorite photos from this wedding are late in the evening when the band was rocking and the dancefloor was impenetrable. The photo above came together just as a couple of people cleared just the right amount of space. The last dance doesn't always yield the best or a favorite photo for me, but on this night it worked out quite well.
However, there are more than a few favorites from this wedding. Check out some of the photos below and find your favorite!
Katharine and Josh planned a beautiful Chappy wedding and Edgartown reception this past summer.
The family's backyard, a gorgeous day, a cute puppy, a boat ride to the yacht club and a dance floor that was impenetrable. This wedding had it all and then some. From Edgartown to Chappaquiddick back to Edgartown, this Martha's Vineyard wedding was an absolute blast. I had the opportunity to work with Nicole Friedler, who was an incredible 2nd shooter. Along with being an amazing resource on the island, she was everywhere I couldn't be and got some fantastic photographs throughout the day.
It was a muggy, wet morning when I made my short walk from the Inn to the Chappy Ferry. After 10 years of weddings, this was by far the most peaceful commute to a wedding ever. Not counting the 2 hour drive and the ferry ride to get onto the island, of course. The whole day was really laid back and incredibly easy to photograph. The properties were beautiful and the light started to come through right as the ceremony ended. This worked out in our favor as the bride and groom drove a vintage U.S. Navy jeep from the ceremony to the ferry. I couldn't have asked for better light as we took photos on the ferry and on the boat heading over to the Edgartown Yacht club.
One of my favorite photos is the image of everyone outside of the yacht club cheering the arrival of the bride and groom. Guests can't help themselves from hollering. I love it! The reception at the Edgartown Yacht Club was energetic, touching and an all out party. There was a delicious dinner, a sunset firing of the canon, some slow dance swaying and then some all out partying.