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 advertising and graphic design fields. Apparently, these two met back when Meg was an intern at the news company Mike worked for (read, he was not an intern). A little big of an office scandal? Well, I think it’s romantic (especially since this story is ending in marriage!).
Since M and M have been living in Boston since they attended colleges in the city, they wanted their shoot to celebrate this place they call home (especially after all that occurred last month with the bombings). I met up with them at the State House on what turned out to be a beautiful Saturday afternoon. We strolled down through the Boston Commons to Beacon Hill and Charles Street, and then through the blooming Public Gardens. Meg has an amazing pair of turquoise eyes which pop in so many of these photos – sometimes I just get so lucky with beautiful clients like these! Mike was stylish, in a slightly humorous way with his bright orange Ray Bans and red converse. After the Gardens we headed to 29 Newbury for a few drinks and french fries, where I was able to get to know these two better, including some of their interests and goals for the journey that lies ahead as a married couple.
I could definitely feel the love between these two, which I think you’ll be able to see through the images (some real smiles here). I can’t wait to photograph what I imagine will be a creative and fun wedding celebration next April at the Barn at Gibbet Hill in Groton. Stay tuned..