We’re all geared up and headed out for Catherine and Brian’s wedding! We love that we get to spend so much time with them throughout their wedding weekend. We couldn’t think of a better way to kick off their celebration than to share some of our favorite photos from their Sunny engagement session last summer at the Prouts Neck Beach and Yacht Club.
There is no better way to kick off your celebration than popping bottles on the beach with your wedding party!
We’re so lucky to photography in New England’s most beautiful reception locations, but what could be more special than your family’s backyard.
Last fall I traveled North to a part of Maine I rarely get the chance to visit for an editorial bridal gown shoot at the New England Outdoor Center. It was breathtaking! Upon arrival I toured the property with their staff walking the trails to cozy cabins in the woods, scenic outlooks and jaw dropping mountain views. There really couldn’t be anything better for a photoshoot!
I spent the night in their lake front cabin chatting with our talented team and reviewing the looks and styling ideas for the following day’s full schedule of shooting. I love working with a creative team to bring an idea to life! Hair, Make-up, the dresses, jewelry, flowers and cake were all thoughtfully selected in the weeks leading up to the shoot and it was time to put it all together in this beautiful place!
I am so thrilled to see one of my shots on the cover of the current issue of Real Maine Weddings! You can snag a copy right now to see their full feature of the shoot. It truly does take a team to bring this all to life so I thought it would be fun to share a few behind the scenes along with some of our favorite shots from the day!
A veil passed down from mother to daughter is one fabulous wedding day accessory!
If you have spent more than a minute or two perusing our website, Instagram feed or blog you have noticed we are in love with all things coastal! When our dear friends and colleagues over at Sara Fitz told us they were being featured in The Coastal Table we were thrilled! Not just because the magazine would be using the images from our recent shoot together but because this little guide to seaside living is stunning! Sara’s hand painted designs are such a perfect fit on the pages of The Coastal Table and we are so excited to share them with you. You can download your own copy or order the printed version via their site here.
Cozy little nooks for snuggling are the best!
I always say that the hardest part about family photos is just getting everyone together in the same place! When everyone lives in a different part of the country it can be so hard! So when Kelly reached out about family photos for her extended family during their visit to Kennebunkport I was excited! I met them right at the home they rented on the water (this location!) and we gathered for some fun and low key photos on the beach. What could be better than family photos on the beach after sipping some wine around the fire together!
No child should grow up hungry in Maine, but one in four children in our state struggles with hunger. Full Plate Full Potential’s Go Big for Hunger campaign is ending childhood hunger in Maine by ensuring all children get the healthy food they need, every day. We can’t think of a more worthy cause to offer our time to! We were absolutely thrilled to photograph this phenomenal fundraising dinner for Full Plates Full Potential at the Barn at Flanagan Farm this month. It’s always a blast to get back in the kitchen with chefs Rob Evans from Duckfat, Ilma Lopez and Damian Sansonetti of Piccolo and Chaval, as well as Matt Ginn from Evo Kitchen & Bar. All who participated in this fundraising event donated their time and services! WOW! Everything from the beautiful set up by Paula Cano of A Family Affair to the AMAZING Charcuterie sampling from Whole Foods Market, the servers, chefs and of course the Barn at Flanagans Farm. What a special event to be a part of! Cheers to this worthy cause!