Category Archives: Engagement

Boston Bookworms | A Winter Engagement Session From Beacon Hill to Brattle Book Shop

It’s been way too long since I have done a blog post, dear friends, but I have a few winter specials to share over the next week or so.  Starting today with a special Valentine’s Day

Protected: A Picture Perfect Back Bay Fall Engagement Session

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Downtown Boston and Northeastern Engagement Photos | Sarah and Chris

How adorable is this Brookline couple? Sarah contacted me a couple months ago, elated about her recent engagement to the love of her life, Chris. Her words: “Chris is the love of my life.

Summer Beach Sessions | Cape Ann, MA

Summer is finally here and it’s time to take advantage of the beautiful New England coast. Join me up in Cape Ann, about an hour north of Boston, where there are scenic beaches, meadows, woods

Cambridge Engagement Photographs at Sofra and Mt. Auburn

A few weeks ago I woke up to a wet Saturday morning, but I had a feeling when I checked in with my scheduled couple regarding their engagement shoot a couple hours later that they would suck it up

Engagement Photographs on Newburyport, MA Waterfront

Just posting a few teasers from this picturesque engagement portrait session I held last weekend in downtown Newburyport.  When bride-to-be Lindsay contacted me regarding engagement shots, she

Kimika and Alaric, a Snowy Engagement Shoot in Boston Common

Kimika and Alaric are a fun-loving couple that are getting married this coming summer in home state Connecticut.  I think this winter has proven to be quite a snowy one, and though they originally

Jessica and Anderson, an Engagement Session in DUMBO

Yay!  So my baby bro is getting married to an awesome, kind and smart girl named Jessica (oh, and she has some killer legs too..).  It was really hard for me to leave these two a couple years ago

Foggy and Steamy Couples Session in Rockport, MA

Am I allowed to say that I took some photos that I think are downright sexy here?  Well I am. Carlos and Anni are approaching their 10 year wedding anniversary, but apparently the spark between the

Kristin + Mike, Engagement Photo Stroll in Seaport, Boston

Isn’t this a super adorable couple?  Kristin is a Texas transplant, whereas her fiance is from a bit closer by (Maine).  Since they will be marrying in Puerto Rico next Spring, they wanted an

Another Style Me Pretty Engagement Shoot Feature!

Yay – I just LOVE getting my work featured on my favorite blog for all things wedding related – Style Me Pretty!  Check it

Meg + Mike, Engagement Photos in Downtown Boston

It’s been a little bit of time since I last posted an engagement session, and I am really excited to share this one.  Meet Meg and Mike, an adorable and slightly quirky duo who work in the in

To Die For Downtown Boston Engagement Photo Shoot · Lauren and Pat

This couple is to-die for – I think they look like they stepped out of a J. Crew catalog.  Since Lauren and Pat live in the South End, we decided do a city-based shoot, focused on a relaxed and

Newlywed Couple Portraits in Charlestown

This session was a gift from Jimmy to his new wife, Erika.  They didn’t have engagement photos done for their wedding this past fall and he thought it would be a sweet Christmas present –

Dapper Engagement Session at the Boston Public Library

This has to be one of my favorite shoots to date.  Introducing Sarah and Jin, a couple who fell madly in love and became engaged in a matter of months.  The Boston Public Library was the perfect

Fall Fun in the Leaves Engagement Session · Lindsay and Michael

This weekend I traveled down to the Philadelphia area to visit my husbands close friends from high school, Lindsay and Michael (endearingly nicknamed “Piggy”).  They are also high school

Katie + Kevin · Romantic Engagement Photos at Arnold Arboretum

To my delight, Katie and Kevin decided to have their engagement session photographed at the Arnold Arboretum.  It was a drizzly day, but that didn’t deter them!   They thought the mist would