Your Wedding Day Should Not Revolve Around Photography

As a photographer, I have seen a whole lot when in comes to weddings. I have seen the good and the bad, the joy and the stress. One day can hold so much – especially when we spend months (even years) planning it. Coming from your wedding photographer, this might sound odd, but hear me […]

March 30, 2021

Educational, Weddings

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Beth & Renny | Maine Equine Photography

There must be some kind of horse gene that runs in my family, because it was definitely passed down to my cousin Beth and I! Some of my first memories involve riding Beth’s horses in New Jersey. Beth has a wonderful Quarter Horse named Renny who she shows both western and english. In May, we […]

July 10, 2016

Equine, Portraits

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21 Things I Learned In 21 Years

On March 18th, 1995 a legend was born. Coincidentally, so I was I. It has been a bumpy road to 21, but as cheesy as it is to say, I wouldn’t change a thing. Looking back, I decided to put together a list of 21 things I learned in the past 21 years! 1. Everything […]

March 18, 2016

Other

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What To Wear: Equine Edition Pt. 2

Last time, I talked about some ways to get your horse ready for a portrait session. This time, I’m going to go over ways YOU can make the most of your photos! As horse people, we spend most of our time covered in dirt and horse hair. Use your session as an excuse to dress […]

March 5, 2016

Equine

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