Category Archives: wedding

Lauren and Lucas, Married in Shelburne, Vermont

Lauren, known to pretty much everyone as Nealy, made my whole season this year when she asked me to photograph her wedding. Nealy runs the show at Love Local Catering, and it’s always an honor when someone else in the local wedding community asks you to work for them. Besides all of that, Nealy is…

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Katie and Nick: Married at the Inn at Baldwin Creek in Bristol, VT

I loved this wedding. I love the Inn at Baldwin Creek. I love Bristol, Vermont. I love barns and old forests and land that has generations of human history written all over it. And thanks to a lovely weekend in October, I now love Katie, Nick, and their family and friends. It was just such…

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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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Brie and Mike; Married in Richmond, Vermont

When I first met Brie, we both stank of phenidone and sodium phiosulfate. We were both engaged in the dark alchemy of darkroom film development and printing at Burlington City Arts. A few years later, I was delighted to learn that she and Mike were getting married, and that I was their choice to capture…

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The right light for the moment – Bridal portraits for your Vermont Wedding

Bridal portraits are some of my very favorite shots of the day. There’s a special anticipatory energy that rises between the time you’re finished getting ready and the time the ceremony begins – and I love to capture that. It almost always comes across in the eyes, and I like to accentuate that spark with dramatic…

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