Tags archives: fall

Ashley B.Family Portrait at the Velvet MillStonington CT

Ashley and I met through a really amazing foundation called Magic Hour, a network of photographers who donate photo sessions for families and individuals who are battling cancer. I'm honored to collaborate with this foundation and grateful to have the opportunity to meet and photograph inspiring women like Ashley and her wonderful, supportive family. I've always belie[...]

Emilia + DavidA Boston Public Garden Engagement Session

We had such a great time strolling around the Public Garden for Emilia + David's e-session....encountering several other engaged couples, a boatload of wedding parties, and even an actual ceremony under the trees, complete with a receiving line on the bridge! (THIS...I would not recommend, for future reference.) I don't know, I might be biased, but I think we had the [...]

Sarah + BrianFall Wedding at the Weekapaug Inn

Sarah and Brian's fall wedding at the Weekapaug Inn was a day steeped in deep family history, inspirational friendship and emotional, moving moments. They were married in the chapel where Sarah's parents shared their own wedding vows, and hosted their festivities at the very hotel that was built by Sarah's ancestors. Wedding celebrations don't get much more meaningful[...]

Massachusetts Family Portrait | Mailloux FamilyPembroke MA

I met up with Michelle and Tim in their hometown to shoot their family portrait for Christmas cards, and finally got to meet their sweet son and daughter. It's kind of funny; you think you know your clients/acquaintances/colleagues from the photos everyone shares on social media, and I kind of felt that way about them too! {I shot their wedding back in 2009 (before I [...]

Rhode Island Tradition | Apple Picking in fallNorth Kingstown RI

By now, we are entrenched in the season of fall. I mean, personally, it's getting too close for comfort to winter for me, but I'm working on accepting that, yet again....as I do every time my beloved season of summer ends. But yes, there ARE things I do like about fall: vibrant and colorful leaves, cozy sweaters, butternut squash soup, and of course, apple picking. Wh[...]