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Pam and James; Married in Stowe, Vermont

Pam and James might have been hoping for one of those crystalline late-summer Vermont days when they planned their wedding in early September, but it was not to be. The remnants of Hurricane Harvey arrived as an uninvited guest, bringing hours of nonstop rain. Undeterred, this intrepid couple splashed in puddles and basked in the…

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Danielle and Dylan, Married in Milton, Vermont :: Vermont Wedding Photography

When they agreed to meet with me over beers at The Farmhouse, I knew Dani and Dylan were my kind of people. There was a buzz in the air when we met – I could sense their need to make every second count. Then I learned why; Dani’s got her nose to the grindstone, jamming…

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Intimate Wedding at Simon Pearce in Quechee, Vermont

I had never photographed a wedding inside a working glass and crystal factory, so I was really excited when this Boston couple contacted me about their wedding at Simon Pearce in Quechee, Vermont. The day threatened rain, but it largely held off, and we were treated to an unexpected hot air balloon fly-by! The function space…

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Katie and Dave | Married in Chestnut Hill, MA |New England Wedding Photographer

Wedding Venue: The Parish of St Ignatius of Loyola, Chestnut Hill, MA Reception & Catering: The Saphire Estate, Sharon, MA DJ: Jay Foss Professional DJ Services If you’re fortunate enough to know Katie, you know how hard it is to pigeon-hole her. She simply defies characterization. An MIT grad who lives in Maine and teaches…

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Jess and Pat :: Married at Mt. Snow, Vermont :: Vermont Wedding Photographer

Wow. Choosing these blog photos was HARD.  More accurately, ONLY including these photos was hard, because it seems like every frame from the whole wedding was filled with someone laughing, loving, dancing, cherishing, or good-naturedly-harrassing someone.  It was a good problem to have, and was not surprising in the least.  Jess and Pat and their…

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