Boston native, city girl, SOCIAL BUTTERFLY
- I've been shooting weddings for NINE years - shoutout to Danielle & Kyle who were THRILLED to be my first wedding couple in 2011!
- At any given time, it's a safe bet that I'm in Chinatown with a belly full of pho and a bubble tea in each hand
- My Instant Pot is my best friend, but take-out is my guilty pleasure
- Weekends spent grillin’ and chillin’ at Lake Winnipesaukee are my favorite
- I haven't worn real jeans since 2013, because if you can wear pants that feel like pajamas, why not?
My approach to every wedding day:
I’m a happy-go-lucky hands on girl. I’m not afraid to move furniture around for the best getting ready shots, pin on boutonnieres, tell your brother to take off his sunglasses for family photos, brush a lock of hair out of your face, fasten fifty silk buttons up the back of a dress, or tell you where to stand so the light makes you look good as hell.
But not every moment of a wedding day is high energy. There are beautifully quiet moments - when your parents walk you down the aisle and shed a tear, when your spouse turns around during the first look and is speechless, when you squeeze your grandma extra tight, or when you take a moment during dinner to remember your loved ones that couldn’t be there. For these parts of a wedding day, I’m there to witness and capture what unfolds, not to direct.
So let the natural, candid moments flow. Then, when it’s time for portraits, you have an expert to direct you and guide you, help you walk with confidence, and make you feel like a million bucks.
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