Engagement Shoot: Sarah and Alex

Last week I did an engagement shoot with Sarah and Alex in Boston's Public Garden (yes, this is November and they didn't even need coats!). I noticed pretty early in the shoot that they weren't into the overly cutesy photos (not a prob for me!) and they definitely are a couple that makes each other laugh. A lot. So we went with that.

We also took a stroll through Beacon Hill-

And then back to the Boston Common for a few more shots before the sun set-
Thanks and congrats again, Alex & Sarah!

Wedding Photography II

I was all set to head out on a dog walk this morning when I looked out the window to what appeared to be a monsoon. Dog will have to wait, so I figured I'd post some new photos instead! Last week we were doing engagements sessions and we were lucky enough to start the day off at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square which was a gorgeous place to shoot!

We even managed to make a dingy alley a romantic setting-

Ok the rain seems to have stopped so I'd better take out the poor dog. Have a great weekend!

Engagement Shoot: Peter & Jennifer

Right after Thanksgiving on a beautiful but blustery day, I had an engagement shoot with Peter and Jennifer. I was really looking forward to this shoot because they chose a part of East Boston I'd never been to before and had wanted to explore. We started at the Hyatt Hotel and then went down to Piers Park. These locations offered some great water backdrops as well as views of the Boston skyline-
They were such a relaxed, happy couple and a pleasure to work with! Despite the cold and wind, I had a really good time on this shoot and I hope they did too. Thanks again and congrats, Jennifer and Peter!

Engagement Shoot: Aarti and Matt

This past weekend I had the pleasure of doing an engagement shoot in Beacon Hill for Aarti and Matt who will be getting married in Puerto Vallarta this summer. I was happy when we first sat down to talk about what they wanted from the shoot and they made it pretty clear that anything too cheesy was not what they had in mind. Sweet- yes, cute- sure, cheesy- NO. Whew!

The sun was out and so were the tourists so the biggest challenge was finding spots that did not have a million people in the background. Even in the Public Garden and at the Esplanade during Earth Fest we were able to find some that worked. I thought they came out great, they were such good models! It was hard to narrow it down but here are a few I liked best:

Thanks again Aarti and Matt, have fun in Mexico!

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