Category Archives: Love

For Boston.

The love of shattered hearts worldwide and so many, many oft-repeated prayers. “For there is nothing heavier thanView full post »

Two. Betsy & Mark.

Sweet light, kind people, big smiles and happy laughter. Summer evening. A little slice of life while these two awaitView full post »

Preview. Sara and Jon.

I can’t really call this a ‘sneak peek’, since that usually involves just a couple photos. I rarely (View full post »

A Visit.

So, I’m happy to let all my blog readers know that my friend Erica, of EricaMay Photography is going to be inView full post »

Big Announcement.

No, really. This is a big deal. You don’t want to miss this opportunity. To say I’m looking forward to it isView full post »

Newfane, Vermont Wedding.

It’s been a busy couple of weeks here, filled with photo sessions and weddings- one here in Connecticut this pastView full post »

Lindsay & Todd. Engaged.

A beautiful, 70 degree day in March. New York City. Lindsay and Todd. Engaged. Congratulations, you two! Thank you for aView full post »

NYC love.

I have much to share from my little day trip to New York City. Why is it that traveling alone to NYC can make me feelView full post »

Twelve years.

I’d do it all again. Each moment. I wouldn’t trade it for anything. The laughter. The tears. The grief. TheView full post »


~ It is said that the wedding day flies by, and everything is a blur.  So for Ashley and Jon, here’s a review ofView full post »

Little Look.

A quick post while I finish processing so many of the photos from Jon and Ashley’s wedding day.  More to come&#View full post »

What is known.

As I prepared to post these photos, I had a bit of a time trying to find the right words.  The words to really say whatView full post »

joie de deux.

~ It was an evening saturated with blue skies and warm sunlight, perfect for spending time remembering special momentsView full post »

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“Green calm below, blue quietness above. “ -John Greenleaf Whittier, American poet. (1807-1892)View full post »


They rushed into the little Starbucks coffeeshop at Barnes and Noble, flushed with a little bit of nervousness, butView full post »