Kevin and Madeline are the kind of people you love to be around! Just in the few hours I got to spend with them, you can tell they spend their time not only caring for each other, but also caring for others. You’re going to love this romantic winter wedding in Newport!
What made weddings in 2018 stand out to me is the pure genuine people that I had the privilege of photographing. There were so many happy tears and warm hugs that filled each wedding day, and my brides and grooms and their loved ones made ME feel part of the family! Just wait until you see these Best of 2018 Wedding images!
Kristen and George are a rock and roll, motorcycle driving, skull and crossbones wearing, tattooed couple, so it was only fitting that they chose a wedding theme that really represented them as a couple: Till death do us part…
A gorgeous Fall wedding in New England, blending the best of the Indian and American cultures!
If I had to describe John and Carole’s wedding in two words, it would have to be FUN and RELAXING. It really felt like a family day at the lake, which is exactly what I think they wanted it to be like.
I’ve been dreaming up this styled shoot in my head for sometime now. I dreamed of a bride in a sweeping romantic dress alongside a handsome groom in the middle of a winter wonderland. When I first saw pictures of the Ice Castles, I knew that’s where it had to be. Now I just had to make it happen.
Christian and Emili were married on a warm July evening at The Lutheran Church of Madison in Connecticut. All the kids kept us on our toes, and I loved seeing the wonder in their eyes as they looked at the bride and groom in their wedding attire. The sun was just starting to set as we arrived at the reception venue, Amarante’s Sea Cliff in New Haven, Connecticut.