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My brother’s family shoot just happened to coincide with his 37th birthday. He groaned when I asked him how old he was going to be. As if it were unbearable. As if he forgot that I am FIVE years older than him.

I’m photoshopping his head onto Seth Rogan’s body and posting it to Facebook. Happy Birthday!!

(I would do it, too, if his family wasn’t so darn cute….)

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Macy and Charlie:

I love this one:

My sister-in-law Sarah is a total rock-star mom and probably the nicest person in the entire world. For real.

This one just makes me so happy. The light was extraordinary at this point in the day, and Sarah, Macy, and I all walked out across the mud flats to the water for this shot.

My mom and dad came along, as well as Calder. Here’s a shot of all the boys:

Calder and his grandma and grandpa:

Many thanks to my whole family for years of love and support. And for lugging my gear around. And for the immense sums I’ve “borrowed.” And for being wonderful. xo.

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A few weeks ago I posted Julie and Jeff’s engagement photos and told you a little bit about how cool they were and that they actually got married last fall but decided they wanted to have a wedding with all of their family and friends anyway. I was lucky enough to be there to capture the tremendous happiness that lights these two up whenever they see each other, and it was an amazing, sunny, filled-with-laughter kind of day.

I was blessed to have the fabulous Molly Bergeron along to second shoot for me and generally keep me from losing my head. Her shots are some of my favorites!

Julie and Jeff elected to do a First Look (yay!), so we spend the morning catching up with them while they got ready, and then we all met at the Scituate lighthouse — and it was if the sky had been painted perfectly to match everyone.


Out to the lighthouse:

Molly got this perfect shot:

Gimongous wedding party:

Gorgeous bride:

Molly was in charge of the guys, and I LOVE these shots she got:

The ceremony at St. Mary’s in Scituate was so pretty:

Don’t you just love the way Jeff is looking at Julie in this one?

Off to The Barker Tavern for the reception. Thanks to Molly for the detail shots!

A big thank you to Molly for being totally shazaam, and a special thanks to my good pal who brought us Snickers and water and saved us from heat stroke ;). But most importantly, Jeff and Julie, thank you for letting me be a part of your amazing day. I wish you all the happiness in the world.

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There’s a bit of multiple personality going on across all of my business materials right now — I recently got a new logo, and while I’ve applied it in some places, it’s been too darn hot to make the entire transition, so for those of you with eagle eyes who are noticing the artistic schizophrenia, be cool. Changes are in the works.

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It’s about 7 billion degrees in my office today. Good thing I’m looking at photos of Tyler, ’cause he puts the ooooo in cool.


Possibly the best bum ever.

Tyler has the biggest blue eyes, and he was so good about looking right at the camera.


Hanging out with grandma:

Tyler’s mom Krista helped me out by being a total knock-out.

Stay tuned for Tyler’s next installation in about three months!

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