Gabby and Bryan are ideal examples of the adage, “Couples who play together, stay together.” Between heading out for runs around Portland’s Back Cove while visiting our fair city to doing Crossfit competitions together, these two take “active” to a whole new level! Their support for one another and clear admiration and respect are good indicators for what will surely be a fun and adventurous future together! I’m so excited for their wedding next spring, but in the meantime will just have to content myself with their Wolfe’s Neck engagement session!
Category Archives: Engagement
**My apologies for the long delay in posting…some technical issues on my back-end have held me up, but I’m thrilled to be back in business and ready to share some awesome couples with you!!!
I recently met up with Annie and Benjy for their engagement session in Boston’s Public Garden. Despite looming clouds and a foreboding sky, the rain held off until we’d managed to wander the Garden and get some great shots of this adorable couple. Between the swinging weeping willows and the cityscape backdrop, we had so much fun in the historic garden! Without further ado…Annie & Benjy’s engagement session!
Thanks so much, you guys!! I can’t wait for your wedding NEXT WEEK!!! Woo hoo!!!
Deer Isle has been on my list of places to check out in Maine for quite some time! From dreaming of taking a course at Haystack to listening to an insanely informative talk on root cellaring by Deer Isle’s Cheryl Wixson at last year’s Common Ground Fair to wanting desperately to take an off-the-grid getaway at the Deer Isle Hostel, there have been no shortage of reasons to get me up there! But somehow we’ve just never quite made it…until now. While all of my previously stated desires still stand unrequited, when Goldie asked if it would be possible to do her and Johnson’s engagement session on their home island, you better believe that I jumped at the chance! I arrived in Stonington quite early and wandered around with my camera for a bit…it is every bit as Norman-Rockwell-on-the-Maine-Coast as it looks! Just gorgeous!
Johnson’s family has a long history on Deer Isle and working with the sea. While Goldie may not be part of a multi-generational island family, it’s clear that she is a deeply rooted member of this tight knit community and that the two of them are so connected to this place they call home. I’m so looking forward to their upcoming wedding!!
Thank you both so much for having me up to your little slice of paradise!!