The Fourth of July is my favorite holiday. There is something about the patriotism, the colors, the summer, the blue sky, and the fireworks that screech good cheer louder than any Christmas could — for me. This year I had the wonderful opportunity to spend the day photographing Brittney & Mike’s wedding. I couldn’t have asked Continue reading
Rachel’s senior pictures: Where we went to the beach, the boardwalk, and the jungle. (well. NH equivalent of a jungle anyway) Congratulations on graduating!
It was sincerely an honor to photograph Melissa and Matthew on one of the most important days of their lives! From the delightful and charming decor of Spencer Country Inn — matched with Melissa’s earthy-indie style — to the snowfall that graced the day, everything was absolutely marvelous! Let the pictures re-tell their story.
One of the worst things about winter is the cold. One of the best things about winter is the stars. Over hill and under tree Through lands where never light has shone By silver streams that run down to the sea Under cloud, beneath the stars Over snow and winter’s morn I turn at last to paths that lead home And though where the road Continue reading
H O P E ‘ S senior portraits! Like Faith, Hope’s smiling is absolutely contagious! I had such a blast doing these senior pictures. Hope, you’re radiant! I had the hardest time deciding between black and white and color for these pictures.
Faith. I like pictures to tell the story because I can be so terrible with words. Words are clumsy and insufficient and hard to grasp — but color? That’s a whole different world. Faith, you. are. gorgeous. Your laughing and smiling and dancing is contagious!
Out in the fields // Anne & some of her friends got senior pictures done and they all looked so gorgeous and spectacular! The fields and beauty of New Hampshire, everyone! Congratulations on graduating, Anne!
I love taking pictures of professionals who are seriously so talented at what they do. Way to go, Amy!
There are so many old palaces in New England. That’s right. Palaces. Kingdom’s of dust and stories of small heroic acts. Frankly, a single piece of brick could tell you a whole lot more about human nature than my philosophizing. Look at these old threads.