Fun shoot to help dust off the cobwebs of one of the worst Winters I’ve ever seen here in Boston. Lisa is such a delight to work with. A starlet on the rise so keep her on your radars. Styled by the ever lovely Josefina and make-up by Lisa’s friend May. Enjoy.
Cold! It was a cold afternoon in Boston. A day or so before the barrage of snow we received, I got to photograph Mandy and Kevin. Mandy loves to model so she convinced her boyfriend to participate in a shoot with her. What a great sport! Despite this being a FAUX engagement/model shoot, I know they’ll cherish these photos when eventually they do get married. Makeup by the ever so talented Veronica Nunes who also had a hand in putting this whole thing together. Shoots become particularly easy when I have talented people working alongside me. If it weren’t for how cold it was, we would’ve had more looks to share. But we’ll save that for the next shoot.
A challenge I face as a photographer is to find meaning in the things I photograph. The need to be in the moment, yet photograph as an omniscient observer, is a tightrope I cross each time I pick up a camera. It doesn’t always work out, but with Meg and Matt’s wedding, the balance was there and I’m excited about the results. Symmetry comes to mind when thinking about their day. The sun, temperature, color palette, location and venue all worked amazingly well together to produce some special photographs. Meg and Matt’s 10+ years together was celebrated by lifelong friends and coworkers as well as family members from all parts of the country.
I hope these photographs serve as a reminder. Not only as the culminating event of a long relationship, but as a reminder to always love each other the way its clearly shown in your wedding photographs. I wish you both a life full of wonderful adventures together.
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