Fall Engagement

Congratulations to Tristan and Rachel on their engagement! We had a wonderful time this weekend walking throughout the Back Bay, The Esplanade and the Charles River overlooking Boston. And of course with all the autumn...

Acorn street

Starting off our engagement photography session from Boston Public Gardens we made our way into Beacon Hill. On our route we found a beautiful wooden door on Charles Street. But our destination was the famed Acorn Street. Now having photographed and lived in Boston for about 20 years you might think that I was quite familiar with this tourist spot. It turns out it is a favorite destination for guidebook toting visitors as well as couples. If it wasn’t for the advice of Sarah’s mom I would have never discovered this quintessential Boston street. I think I’ll be going there quite often now! Congratulations to Nick and Sarah on their recent engagement!...

MIT engagement photography

I had a great time recently taking photographs in the autumn leaves and foliage with Anna and Brad. We waited until the leaves were just right and got to the MIT campus at 8 AM to catch the vibrant golden sun as it shed its light from the Boston side to the Cambridge side. As you can see we had lots of fun in our engagement photography session, using nature, memorial drive, the Boston backdrop over the Charles River and MIT itself. These are just a few of the many pictures from the morning. I look forward to Anna and Brad’s wedding day next...

Boston engagement

Meeting and getting in engaged in Boston is a lot of fun. Boston is a great city with a tremendous amount of character. Liz and Eric met just outside Fenway Park and therefore wanted to have their engagement photography reflect this. We toured the area around Fenway Park and then made our way to the waterfront. A typical engagement session lasts an hour to an hour and a half and if you book a wedding with me there is a $100 discount off the engagement shoot. Typically there are about 100 pictures that reflect a fun, candid and artful style. Here’s to many...

Boston Public Garden

For engagement pictures the Boston Public Garden makes a beautiful locale. I usually meet the couple near the equestrian statue of George Washington near the Arlington Street entrance. From there we take a leisurely stroll around the pond looking for spots along the way that make for picturesque portrait locations. At almost anytime of day locations can be found as there are ample amounts of trees and viewpoints to provide for shade, good lighting and a nice backdrop. In all seasons one can capture great pictures reflecting the spirit and fun of nature and Boston....