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Lindsey and Steve got married on the most incredible day – a series of powerful summer storms pounded Addison and Chittenden Counties for hours. I drove to their wedding prepared to use all of my rainy-day wedding photographer tricks, and I didn’t even need them. We should have gotten SOAKED. Instead, we stayed perfectly dry…

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Behind the Scenes: I don’t know about you, but I LOOOVE getting a glimpse of how any artisan “makes their stuff.” One of my best friends is a blacksmith, and I could watch him hammer glowing metal for hours. In that spirit, I thought I would share this “behind the scenes” glimpse from a totally…

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I had been waiting for this wedding at Sleepy Hollow Inn, Ski, and Bike Center all season, to be honest. I could tell from her very first contact that Sam appreciated my work in particular – that there was something that spoke to her, and that I was the photographer who could bring their vision…

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Where to begin with Betsy and Zach? I love all of my clients; we spend so much time working together and it’s always an honor to be an integral part of their wedding day. But as it is in all of life’s endeavors, some people just *get* you, making you want to spend more time…

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“I think your photographer is going in the pond.” I smiled to myself as I stripped off my socks. I had decided to improve my shooting angle by standing in the surprisingly frigid waters of Wallingford Pond. Emily and Dick got married at Wallingford Lodge, a beautifully rustic old boy’s camp tucked into the woods…

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