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I don’t even know where to start when it comes to Rachel and Aken aka Moose’s Hawk Ridge Winery wedding. It really is hard to put into words, but here it goes. If you read my last blog you would know that last week’s couple was connected to the Murdys who I booked two years […]

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Bryan and Megan’s Connecticut beer garden wedding was one for the “record” books (you’ll get that joke shortly. Their wedding was fun, with the occasional happy tears, from when I pulled into the parking lot til I plopped myself in the car to go home. From their vintage record-themed seating chart to Megan’s glittered party […]

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Jill and Reed’s Union League Cafe wedding in New Haven was probably one of the most fun times I have had at a wedding. When I say Jill is one of the most chill brides I have ever met I am not lying. The day started with a vendor getting in an accident with an […]

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Taylor and Amanda’s Hartford summer wedding was one for the books. It started with a very chill first look at the Old Avon Farms Hotel and ended as the party of the summer. The wedding was perfectly them… It never felt like a production but a day that just truly reflected them as a couple. […]

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Ben and Kim’s Saltwater Farms Vineyard wedding was your classic summer wedding that couples dream about. From the photos at the shore to the stunning sunset that kissed the vineyard sky. It was a hot day without a cloud in the sky thank god for water and church air conditioning. We started the day with […]

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I don’t miss many things about 2020, but I do miss the smaller weddings that I got to shoot. They were so intimate and I got to know more people at the wedding. Devon and Holly’s Riverview wedding took me right back to those smaller weddings. I am not saying I don’t like the big […]

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I get asked many questions about shooting weddings, but I think the one question I get asked the most is “Where is your favorite placed to shoot?”. Since Spring starts in 5 days I thought I would share my favorite places to shoot for a Spring Connecticut wedding or engagement session. What Makes a Place […]

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When I was making the seasonal wedding photography guides I kept bringing up how important it is to hire a professional bridal beauty team, so I thought that I would make a blog post dedicated to just that. Not only will I try to convince you to spend a little more than you normally on […]

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So you have spent countless hours on Pinterest and Instagram, and you have fallen in love with the flowy bridal veil photos. Having an epic veil photo is now a must-have. As a wedding photographer, I feel that it’s my duty to let you know that not all veils have equal flying power! It’s true! […]

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We have reached the last blog post in this seasonal wedding photography guide. The famous saying says “save the best for last”, and I think that’s why God placed fall at the end of the year. Fall wedding photography is at its peak in these parts because of nature’s colorful backdropsRemember I live in the […]

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