How To Back Up Your Wedding Photos

You’ve spent months (or even years) planning your perfect wedding day. Now that the day has come and gone, the cakes has been eaten and the flowers have wilted, you are able to scroll through your online wedding gallery and relive all the wonderful moments. With that comes the importance of making sure those memories […]

January 17, 2022

Educational

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Portland Maine Winter Wedding | Josh + Nancy

Summer and fall are the busiest seasons for Maine weddings, but for those willing to brave the cold, a winter wedding can be just as wonderful! From the first time I spoke to Josh and Nancy, I knew their wedding day would be special. A City Hall wedding, followed by dinner at an amazing restaurant […]

January 11, 2022

Weddings

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Reflecting on 2021

Phew, this past year has been a wild ride! After 2020 (we all know how that went…), it was a welcome change to get back into the swing of things. At the beginning of this year, I took the leap and left my part-time job to focus solely on photography. Although it seems like a […]

December 30, 2021

Other

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Portland Maine City Hall Elopement | William + Shelby

After many years together, William and Shelby decided to forgo the traditional wedding route and elope at City Hall in downtown Portland! I can’t imagine a better way to spend a Wednesday afternoon. After they tied the knot, we traveled to the nearby Two Lights State Park in Cape Elizabeth. They braved the chilly November […]

December 2, 2021

Weddings

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Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center Wedding | David + Shayla

In a story that is all-too familiar these days, Dave and Shayla had postponed their original wedding date due to Covid-19. Rescheduling their date turned out to be a blessing in disguise, because I can’t imagine a more wonderful day than the one they had! Their wedding day shared the date with Dave’s birthday, so […]

November 23, 2021

Weddings

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Bangor Maine Wedding | Jeffrey + Kay

Kay is one of my oldest friends. We grew up together, riding ponies and causing typical pre-teen havoc. I have photographed lots of her big milestones in life, but getting to be her wedding photographer was hands-down my favorite. I have been able to witness her relationship with Jeff over the years and it has […]

November 17, 2021

Weddings

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Acadia National Park Elopement | Ben + Hannah

Maine has thousands of beautiful places to get married, but eloping Acadia National Park holds a very special place in my heart as a wedding photographer. The park during autumn is particularly beautiful and it is one of my favorite times of year to make the trip downeast. Ben + Hannah chose Bar Harbor for […]

November 8, 2021

Weddings

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Duncan + Samantha | Cadillac Mountain Engagement Session

4am wake-up calls are never fun, but knowing that I was going to photograph Sam and Duncan’s engagement session on Cadillac Mountain made getting out of bed a little easier! Since they live a ways away from Maine, these two had asked about the possibility of doing their engagement session the morning before their wedding […]

October 25, 2021

Engagements, Portraits

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Maine Wedding Venues for Horse Lovers

As a lifelong horseback rider, I am always excited to photograph weddings at venues with an equestrian touch. Anyone who has horses knows just how much our lives revolve around these animals, so it can be a meaningful choice to incorporate them in your wedding day. Whether it is including horses in your portraits, pieces […]

October 22, 2021

Educational, Weddings

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Abigail + Sarah | Cape Elizabeth Maine Elopement

When I received the initial inquiry from Abigail and Sarah, I was immediately excited about the prospect of documenting their sweet, lowkey elopement. As I got to know them better leading up to their day, and witnessing their relationship together when they finally tied the knot, I was even more honored to have gotten to […]

October 18, 2021

Weddings

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