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Harpswell, Maine Wedding Photography: Joe + Catherine+ Orr's Island Schooner Reception

Harpswell, Maine Wedding Photography: Joe + Catherine
This Harpswell, Maine wedding photography session (and the day itself) was really special and dear to me.  I first met Catherine and Joe long distance because the amazing Reverend Erika Hewitt thought we would hit it off.  She has a fantastic sense of these things.  Catherine and Joe were married at a magical house in Harpswell, designed by Joe's parents, before movin[...]

Alex + James in PortlandTwo Lights State Park

Alex + James in Portland
Alex and James had a intimate, beautiful Jewish wedding ceremony at Etz Chaim Synagogue in Portland.  We braved the rocks and a Summer rain shower at Two Lights State Park for the beautiful backdrop.  It was such a pleasure to work with these two and there amazing families, from far and wide.

Kelly & Sam at TEIA, Peaks Island

Kelly & Sam at TEIA, Peaks Island
Kelly and Sam grew up together in Massachusetts and eventually made their way to Maine.  I met them in Portland and learned about what their wedding meant to them and to their loved ones.  We talked about the importance of family, all of it's wonderful quirks, and the traditions of creativity and sharing that are important to them.  At their wedding on Peaks Island I [...]

Emily & Zach in Washington, Maine

Emily & Zach in Washington, Maine
I met Emily in 2008 when we lived side by side in tents for six months while in undergrad at The Audobon Expedition Institute.  It was a group of five veritable strangers, living in Midcoast Maine through the first snow in November, with no running water and no cell phones.  This is probably a recipe for disaster, but somehow instead I got to know Emily's kind heart, [...]

Chris & Bethany’s Destination WeddingButtermilk Falls Inn, NY

Chris & Bethany's Destination Wedding
Chris and Bethany met in Germany.  Six years into their relationship, they were seriously considering the simplicity of elopement, but couldn't imagine leaving out their close friends and family.  When they found Buttermilk Falls Inn, an intimate, rural wedding started to make sense.  Friends would fly in from Germany, and family from Long Island could also attend.  A[...]