After what seems like an eternity – I’m back in full effect! I’ve been busy over the last few weeks shooting three weddings in four weeks. This summer is just starting to heat up – so expect MUCH more from me on the blog. Not to mention big exciting changes for me (on a personal level) begin to take effect very shortly. I’ll be spending more time with the things I love in life – family and photography!
On to Mark and Christen! Mark and Christen are one of those couples that are just fun to be around because you can tell they are so comfortable around each other. We met back in the fall to go apple picking and to do some engagement shots. Here’s a couple from that day –
Somehow Christen and Mark dialed in the most absolutely perfect May day. Beautiful blue skys and nice warm weather. The reception was held in the NEW! Fairmont Battery Wharf in Boston. Christen started the day by getting ready in the bedroom of her childhood home:
Mark got ready at their home. Eric grabbed this shot:
So many times I’m just looking for light. Good light. What does that mean? You know when you see it… like below. It’s just something that gives you that warm feeling inside. I know that eventually at some point – Christen is going to walk into that beautiful light- and, presto… I’m ready!
Again – never fails to be one of my favorite moments of the day.
After the ceremony we headed in to Boston to take some shots in Columbus Park in the North End. I love this shot with the city in the background.
Right?! Here’s a couple of my favorites that we took in the park:
And – we had to use the cool pier at the Fairmont. Right out on the water! Literally!
Some fun and elegant details:
The dance floor at the Fairmont has this cool skylight on the top – hard to beat that as a ceiling!
Check out the slideshow below. Be sure to click on it – or click here to launch it in a different window if it doesn’t play for you.
Christen and Mark – thanks so much for making the day so fun and for inviting me to share in your wedding day! I can’t wait to get started on the album. Also – thanks to Eric for helping out as well!