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Over the years, I’ve helped quite a few of my girlfriends find their wedding photographers. I have found that the hardest part for each of them has been knowing where to start. I thought I’d compile my tried-and-true tips into a blog post. I hope you’ll find them helpful.

May 4, 2020

How to find your wedding photographer


I am so excited to finally put together a blog post featuring one of my favorite weddings, ever: my dear friend Maddy’s! The entire wedding weekend was a total joy to photograph; their families and friends were so kind and wonderful, and it was so clear to me behind the camera just how loved and respected Maddy and Chris are by all.

Apr 28, 2020

Maddy and Chris: Wedding in Old Lyme, Connecticut


I know that we could all use a little bit of light right now, and I thought that photos of this amazing rehearsal dinner dress might help brighten the day. This stunning dress is by Markarian – the same designer who made the bride’s wedding dress.

Apr 28, 2020

Alexandra and Andrew: New York City Rehearsal Dinner


Introducing Rachel, Andrew, and Maddie! Their family started shooting with me right before Maddie was born, but I recently found a series of photos of itty bitty Rachel at a summer ballet camp that I was photographing for another family way back in 2014.

Mar 11, 2020

Family Stories: Rachel, Andrew, and Maddie


Today’s family story features adorable Emme who just recently turned four. I first photographed Emme when she was eight months old, and then in 2017 when I launched my family photography subscription, Emme’s mom came up with the idea for a custom subscription for their family: Emme’s birthday in the winter, a mother-daughter shoot in the spring, and a family shoot in the fall.

Feb 24, 2020

Family Stories: Emme


After you receive your gallery with my photos, the really fun part starts: selecting your favorite photos, printing them, and putting them up in your home for you and your family to enjoy. It’s always fun to hear how other families are displaying their photos and to gather inspiration from others; read on for everyone’s best tips.

Feb 21, 2020

What to do with all of your family photos


I’m so excited to finally have this blog up and running so that I can share more family shoots and stories with all of you! As so many families have said, one of the most important benefits to my family photography subscription is getting to look back and see your children grow up through my lens. I hope you enjoy these photos of adorable Chace and Carys and this trip down memory lane.

Feb 18, 2020

Family Stories: Chace and Carys


Today I am sharing some of my favorite photos of Aquinnah and Shaw – now 13 and 11 – who have been shooting with me every year for the last four years. Parents often tell me how much they love being able to look back and watch their children grow up in front of my lens; these photos show a little glimpse into that experience.

Jan 29, 2020

Family Stories: Aquinnah and Shaw


Last spring, I photographed this lovely surprise proposal for Paul and Karen who were in New York on vacation. (They live in Seattle, and Paul found me on instagram!) Paul was hoping to propose on Bow Bridge in Central Park, but a thunderstorm forced us to change our plans. I suggested proposing in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and I’m so glad Paul agreed; I think that this series of photos is so special, and so New York.

Jan 23, 2020

Metropolitan Museum of Art Proposal


I am so excited to share the photos from Alexandra and Andrew’s gorgeous wedding this past May. Photographing two people who are so clearly in love is always a joy, but their wedding was extra special; their love and respect for each other were so clear, both in the way they looked at each other and in the vows they wrote and read to each other during the ceremony.

Jan 17, 2020

Alexandra and Andrew: Metropolitan Club Wedding Ceremony