Wellfleet Preservation Hall Wedding

I was able to step in the ocean one last time as the warm weather winds down and the October sunset after the lobster boil welcome party did not disappoint! S and B currently reside in the bay area but got married at the Wellfleet Preservation Hall where the family has a home. This wedding was full of joy, love, and epic dance moves. Thank you for having me S&B and congratulations!

Historic New England Lyman Estate Wedding

R and M planned a thoughtful, meaningful, and elegant wedding at the Lyman Estate in September. It was a joy to photograph this beautiful wedding, I feel so grateful my clients trust me to document this important milestone as they celebrate with the ones they love.

Congrats R and M!

Brant Point Lighthouse and Nantucket Hotel Wedding

When L contacted me about the possibility of photographing her wedding she wrote me the most touching letter about her incredible fiancé and her love of Nantucket. She has been going to the island since she was an infant and has fond memories of time spent their with family away from the hustle of day-to-day life. Being on the island it truly does feel far removed, you breathe easier and can really just be in the here and now.

I can’t thank my previous clients enough for kindly referring me to their friends so I can continue photographing the weddings of such kind and fun loving people. I also wanted to thank Nantucket Island Events, the Nantucket Hotel, Sweet Melissa Florals, and countless other people who helped make this day a success.

Congrats L and A!

Barn on the Pemi Wedding

Allie and Jared hosted a welcome party and got ready at Jared's family house in New Hampshire before getting married at the beautiful Barn on the Pemi. The welcome party was a blast and a great way for me to get to know my clients a little better before the wedding begins. The wedding was heartfelt and beautiful complete with handwritten vows and touching toasts. I was honored to be a part of this day. 

Thanks to Angela for how smooth this wedding was, to Nick for second shooting,