Verrill Farm: Carry Moonbeams Home in a Jar

For some reason, maybe it was the recent arrival of winter around here, I was thinking about my Verrill Farm photos last night. One of my favorite photos is of Steve Verrill eating the corn – that’s apparently how to tell if it’s ripe or not. I always approve of the taste testing method! Over…

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My and Tony: You're My World, My Heart, My Soul

My and Tony’s June wedding was a smorgasbord of family, fun, and food (three of my favorite “f” words). My & Tony are such a great couple; they totally balance each other out. My tends to be a little more reserved and Tony is pretty much an all-out goofball, which you’ll see in the photos.…

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2011 Engagement Sessions: A Choir of Carousels

Every couple should take advantage of an engagement session! I can’t say enough wonderful things about having the opportunity to hang out with my clients. Not only do we get to know each other better, but we become more comfortable with each other. In my opinion, that translates to more relaxed photos on the wedding…

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Boston Homegrown 2011: Have Some More Chicken

Now for some food photography! For most of 2010 and 2011 I worked on a book titled “Boston Homegrown.” I traveled around Massachusetts photographing farmers, fishermen, cheesemakers, and chefs. I got to meet wonderful people who were beyond generous with their time and knowledge. I’ve blogged about a bunch of my adventures, but still have…

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Baby's First Christmas: Now We've Just Begun

Baby’s first Christmas! Imagine finding this much cuteness under the tree on Christmas morning! He is so kickin’ cute! The family used the bottom photo as their holiday card – it looks awesome hanging on my wall! I could photograph those eyes and smile all day long! Stay tuned as I attempt to blog some…

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