Alanna and Chris had a beautiful summer afternoon to get married.   Alanna got ready at her home with  her bridesmaids, mom and grandmother. It was nice to have some quiet moments before heading to the church to meet Chris at the altar.   Diego was with the guys before we met at the church. I love all the candid moments he got.

Once they were hitched we headed to The Estate at Moraine Farm in Beverly. I was so excited to shoot here and it didn’t disappoint. The grounds of the estate are absolutely gorgeous. The tent was perfection with the florals and decor. We were lucky to have so much time to stroll the grounds with Alanna and Chris. The light coming through the trees was amazing.

When the reception was ready to go, Alanna changed into her cowgirl boots and started dancing the night away.  I have to make note of the fact that one of Chris’s dreams of cooking for his wedding guests came true with his awesome soup that was served to guests.    Thank you both for having us. We had the best time!

Venue: The Estate at Moraine Farm

Cake: Kate Holowchik

DJ: DJ Petro at Plus One Productions

Florist: Karla Cassidy Designs

Hair and Makeup: Kiara Mooney

Second Shooter:  Diego Navarro

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Sarah and Bill had a beautiful and chic city wedding at The Exchange on Fish Pier in Boston.  We met the girls quickly at Sarah’s sisters condo for some quick snaps over looking Boston.  Despite a fire alarm starting our day off  we knew that it was going to be fun day regardless.

Bill and the guys got ready at The Exchange. My second shooter Niki, got some great moments with the groomsmen before the ceremony.  I really loved those navy suits.  Sarah and her girls did all the last minute prep at The Exchange as well.  Can we talk about how gorgeous Sarah’s dress was?!  I loved that she let her girls choose different dresses. They looked stunning.

The ceremony looked out at the Boston Harbor and I couldn’t help but laugh at the ring bearer throwing me some serious shade.

The reception room was gorgeous. I loved that they hung string lights across the dance floor. It really added to the elegance of the space.

Sarah and Bill , thank you guys so much for having us! We loved seeing some familiar faces too 😉

Venue:  The Exchange Conference Center 

Florist: Jon Mongeau

Band: The Hub

Second Shooter: Niki Hinkle – Hink Creations


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I have always appreciated growing up in New England, specifically north of Boston. I’m so lucky to be able to capture the beauty of New England for my job. It is extremely rewarding.  Silvia and Pat’s wedding was no exception.  They had their special day at one of my most favorite venues: Willowdale Estate in Topsfield, MA. Not only was I so excited to be back at Willowdale, I was excited to witness my friend (Pat) from high school tie the knot.  It was an all around emotional day for everyone.  Silvia looked absolutely stunning in her dress. [check out that train]  It was nice to see so many familiar faces while she got ready.  Pat helped his son and best man, Connor, get ready. I loved those special moments Somer caught.  Check out the extremely awesome wooden bowtie’s the groom and groomsmen rocked.

The ceremony was held in the beautiful courtyard in the back of the estate. Pat was very adamant about not doing a first look and the moment he saw his bride for the first time was well worth it.   After the ceremony we were able to have tons of time to take pictures around the grounds and back in time for the party.  Connor’s best man speech pretty much had the group in tears. It was such a sweet moment.   The party, of course, didn’t disappoint. The band rocked the house.

Thank you to Silvia and Pat. I loved being able to be with you both on your day.  Enjoy your sneak peak!



Venue: Willowdale Estate

Florist: Petals

Cake: Flour(ish)

Band: Boston Common Band

Second Shooter:  Somerby Jones



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Ever since my first meeting with Kate, I knew that her wedding was going to be beautiful, relaxing and all around a great time. It didn’t disappoint.  Kate and Chuck got married in Westerly, RI at Kate’s parents home (Watch Hill Farms).  Not only did Kate grow up here, but her parents also got married at the farm as well.  There were so many special touches throughout the entire day.  The reception flowers were hand picked from Kate’s Mom’s garden. The wedding favors was the farms’ locally made honey. The benches that were used at the ceremony were made from trees on the property. They are going to use some of the wooden benches to make a dining room table for Kate and Chuck. How awesome!  The day started with clouds rolling in. However by the time it was time for Kate and Chuck to see each other for the first time, the sun came out and stayed out for the whole day.   Kate looked stunning in her lace gown. Her girls wore navy and complimented her perfectly.  I had lots of laughs with the girls while they got ready. Diego got to spend time with the guys. Needless to say they also had lots of laughs.  I loved how Chuck stood out in his blue suit while the guys rocked their bow ties and suspenders.

One of my favorite parts of their wedding was when Chuck got up with his band and sang to Kate. Something she said he never does!

Everything was truly perfect for the both of them.  I will let the images speak for themselves.  Thank you guys so much for having us!

Venue:  Watch Hill Farms  Westerly RI

Florist: Broadview Florist

Dessert: Vesta Bakery

Band: Barbara Road Band 

Coordinator: Daly Sanford

Second Shooter: Diego Navarro 


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When I found out that my friends Claudia and Chris were getting married at the newly re-done Lakeview Pavilion in Foxboro,MA; I knew I just had to shoot their wedding!  I shot at Lakeview Pavilion in the past with my former boss and couldn’t wait to go back and see all the hard work they put into the new venue. It didn’t disappoint one bit! It’s absolutely gorgeous.

Claudia and Chris are absolutely perfect for each other.  I am so fortunate to call them my friends. It was such a lovely day being surrounded by their family and friends (most I knew). Claudia got ready at Lakeview right before the ceremony.  The weather teased us a bit all day. It was all worth it when the sun finally gave us a gorgeous sunset. The ballroom transformed from a beautiful ceremony space to an even more beautiful reception room.  I loved the huge modern chandeliers all over.

Claudia looked absolutely amazing in her dress.  I loved Chris’s huge smile as she walked down the aisle. It was one of my favorite moments.

Thank you so much for letting me capture your special day.  I will let the images do all the talking!


Venue: Lakeview Pavilion

Cake: Montillo’s Bakery

DJ: Mike Esposito – First Class Weddings

Second Shooter: Somerby Jones

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You know it’s a good day when you walk into the room and the bride instantly starts crying when she sees you. Jessica told me that she was going to have me as her photographer even before she met her fiancé Brian.  So needless to say this wedding was in the works for a long time.

Jessica wanted that ultimate fairytale wedding and she definitely got it. It was a beautiful spring day for both of them.  They got ready at a hotel in Andover,MA. I hung out with the girls and Diego got to spend time with Brian, his groomsmen and that beautiful car (haha).

Everything else was held at the Black Swan Country Club in Georgetown, MA.  Jessica and Brian were surrounded by family and friends for their first look and their beautiful ceremony.  Fun fact: Jessica (with I’m sure a little help from Brian) made everything you saw at her wedding. The paper flower backdrop at their ceremony, her bejeweled bouquet,the placeholders; you name it she did it.   I even loved their not so subtle nod to how they met at “Paint Nite”. It was only mentioned about a 100 times 🙂

We had so much fun with the both of you. I know you have been super anxious to see some pictures and hope you enjoy them!

Venue:  Black Swan Country Club

DJ: Baltazar Entertainment

Second Shooter: Diego Navarro



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