Wells and Jeremy’s wedding at The Brick House at Shelburne Museum was a long-awaited celebration! The two tied the knot in a Boston Public Garden micro wedding in 2020 with their immediate families. This time around, they were eager to share the day with their friends and loved ones. I photographed Wells’ sister Tara’s wedding […]
Jenn and Brian had a luxury boho wedding at Topnotch Resort in the mountains of Vermont. Their team of vendors was exceptional and really brought their vision to life. After planning during the pandemic, the couple was so glad to celebrate with all of their loved ones! Black Tie and Boho Accents for a Summer […]
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On Saturday, June 22, 2019, Nick and I married on the solstice in South Hero, Vermont. This place is very close to our hearts, and I was honored to stand on the same timeless rocks and shoreline that my parents, and many other family members exchanged their vows on. Just a few days earlier, a huge storm had come through the area and knocked down trees and the lawn was collecting puddles. Thanks to the help of more than a few people, everything pulled together and we had a wonderful windy, sunny day.
“I am inspired by nostalgia and the comfort foods of my childhood, but also uncommon and unique ingredients from around the world and the bounty of local and seasonal ingredients available in Vermont. I like to blend all of that together to make food that is at once familiar and exciting.” – Shana
“There was one moment where we were walking back from taking pictures and just got to see all of our closest friends and family just laughing, drinking and eating in the barn and I felt very lucky. It was so surreal to be able to share this moment with all of them.” – Pilar
Tara & Paul tied the knot on September 2, 2017 at Shelburne Farms, a National Historic Landmark known for its 1900s Gilded Age architecture and sweeping views of Lake Champlain. Tara explained, “We wanted to share this beautiful place with everyone we love and care so much about. Shelburne Farms is simple and breathless at the same time.”The style of the buildings, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, and their integration into the landscape inspired the bride to create an elegant and timeless wedding. “It was very important to highlight nature in both the ceremony and reception spaces. We did so with lush greenery, beautiful florals, gold accents, and romantic candle light.”
My favorite way to plan a family session is to focus on the activities that are quintessential to their lives right now. For Lance & Katie & newborn Analise, it’s spending time at their favorite places in downtown Winooski and quiet time at home.
“Our wedding plans to elope from our home state of Maine were in place early in December. But where to go? Who should we invite? How will we capture the memories of our special day? There’s something about Vermont. The magnificent family vacations on Lake Champlain. The memories of working in Burlington. Lifelong friends and stories only they would understand. A winter wedding in Vermont on New Year’s Eve? The perfect plan.” – Bill & Vicki
“We chose to celebrate our marriage on the winter solstice to create a glowing memory to brighten the shortest and darkest day of the year. The lake and Charlotte beach hold a wistful and romantic place in both of lives. We could not have picked a more memorable and moving time, place and photographer to engrave this moment into our memory.” – Will
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Growing up in Vermont, a love for the Fall season is baked into my identity. I’m sharing 14 celebrations to inspire your fall wedding!
A neutral palette, with a focus on black and dark gray as one of the main shades.