Archive for June, 2010

The last two years, I’ve had ridiculously good luck shooting March weddings! The ‘Murphy’s Law’ in me imagines late winter ice storms and similar nightmares, but it’s been great weather, great light, and really cool weddings! Gail and Scott’s big day was no exception. After a ceremony at St. Mary’s in Katonah, It was off to familiar territory at The Candlewood Inn in Brookfield, CT.

I got the chance to work with a new photographer also… Nick Carter. I checked out him out after the wedding, and he does really nice work. Plus, bonus points: he was great to work with and über-professional, so check him out.

Best wishes to the new bride and groom! I had a great time capturing your big day, and I hope you enjoy your highlight film.


OK, I know what you’re thinking… what’s better than getting to spend the day with great friends Eric and Amber Langlois of Raw Photo Design, shoot a ridiculously beautiful girl— scantily clad in sexy lingerie while she bounces from pose to pose— from the bed to the tub to the…

Ummm— what was I talking about again?

In all seriousness, Eric has taken boudoir photography to a whole new level… and the proof’s in the popularity. Whether it’s a gift for a groom the night before the wedding, or just a chance for someone to feel like a supermodel for a day — RAW Boudoir. say it again. Raw Boudoir.

Helping making the beautiful even more beautiful this day were Sue from Naomi’s Salon providing makeup, and Josie from Beneath the Gown, who provided the lingerie for the shoot.


Rebecca and Jeremy have such a cool chemistry together. You could see the nervousness of such a big day just slip away after their ‘first look’ before the ceremony. [For those not familiar, the 'first look' is an alternative to the bride and groom seeing each other for the first time as she walks down the aisle. It's a great opportunity to calm your nerves, have some private time before the day gets rollin', and makes for great footage/photos too!]

Speaking of footage, our use of the Canon 7D digital SLR will become continually more apparent in our work throughout the year, and we’ll probably be shooting with them almost exclusively by year’s end. [Feel free to ask if you have no idea what I'm talking about, but would like to learn more!]

Congratulations to a great couple and enjoy their highlight film.