Tracey and Nick are busy with so many happy beginnings! They're planning a wedding at the beautiful Valley View Farm next March, and expecting another baby at the end of this year. We decided to do a casual walk around the farm, capturing their growing family and their love for each other. We got a happy toddler and a gorgeous sunset to top off a relaxing summer afternoon. Can't wait to reunite with this crew in 2018!
We love chasing sunsets, and the inner elbow of the Cape is a great place to find them. It had been several years since Emily or Tom had professional photos taken, and there weren't many pictures of them together in existence. They were vacationing on Cape Cod with Emily's family, so they reached out to us for a beach engagement session - but they kept it a secret so that she could surprise her family with the photos. This hot summer day coming to an end was just the beginning of their wedding journey. May it be just as fun and breezy as this lovely beach stroll :)
For their engagement session, this couple chose one of their favorite outdoor wonders: the Granville Gorge. They climbed, hopped, and waded to every spot we suggested, looking right at home among the rocks and the rambling waters. Thanks for the beers Sarah & Tony! We can't wait to capture your wedding!
SHE. SAID. YES.
(....when we asked her if she'd get in the water at the end of this gorgeous sunset engagement session at Good Harbor Beach)! We're so happy for these Gloucester locals and excited to capture their North Shore beach wedding next year. Congrats to Matt and Nikki!
Nikki & Matt were high school sweethearts, and they're returning to their home town of New Bedford for their wedding. So they wanted to represent the next phase in their life together by featuring Boston: the city where they went to college and eventually made a home together. We decided to capture the best of both the coast and the skyline by walking around Squantum Point Park in Quincy. We learned that these two know how to have fun :) Can't wait to capture their big day at the Whaling Museum later this year!