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Sara and Kyle - Little Compton, RI


I have a small confession. I was not the official photographer for this wedding (and was actually told to leave my camera at home and follow the specific directions to enjoy being a guest for once!) but I just couldn't help myself. Kyle, the groom, is one of my very best friends of all time - 17 years now, to be exact - and perhaps I brought my camera to keep myself busy rather than have the sentimentality of the day overwhelm me, which it did about 30 times as it is! Sara, the gorgeous bride, is not only full of life, hysterical (very) and an incredibly talented photographer, she is also perhaps the best match for Kyle in the whole wide world. I am so very, truly happy for them!

The ceremony was originally planned to be on the lawn with sweeping views of the ocean but was moved indoors after a menacing rain storm pummeled the property. Nobody fussed with chairs or arrangements, but instead we cleared out the furniture and nabbed a spot to stand in the open living room, leaving a simple path as an aisle. It was perfect. Christian, a dear friend of ours, was the officiant who married them. The rain eventually stopped and in its place was a heavenly Little Compton sunset. I couldn't imagine experiencing that day without my camera, but it was a nice little reminder how life is the present moment - and while I am used to photographing moments all the time - its the moments that stay in our minds that often are the best ones.
Congratulations Sara and Kyle!

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Rachel and Charlie, Long Island NY


Rachel and Charlie were married on Lloyd Harbor, NY on June 21st. The forecast said it would rain for just about a short eternity, but we were lucky in that it went rather easy on us. This was the first wedding of mine that managed to do two things that completely blew my mind - first being Rachel's orange belt and flowers (which I had an obvious affinity for since it was such a clever and thoughtful way of incorporating my favorite color into her ensemble - I know, as if it has anything to do with me!) and the second being that she made her wedding dress by hand. As in, by herself. YES. This floored me since not only is completing such a task unimaginable to someone like me, but it was absolutely stunning - flawless on her figure and her skin tone, perfect stitch after perfect stitch. It was truly something to see and a keepsake that many of us could only dream about.
Rachel and Charlie were so relaxed and poised throughout the day it was easy to forget the rain and fall into the wonderful rhythm of good music, good food, good friends and family. All the best to Rachel and Charlie, Mazal Tov!

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Megan and Craig, May 23, 2009


Meghan and Craig were married on Gooseberry Beach in Newport, RI. An early spring New England wedding still lent us sunny skies and a warm enough day for a bare-foot beach wedding. I cannot say enough about this day perhaps being one of the most natural, breathtakingly beautiful weddings I've ever photographed. It was simple and comfortable, but graceful and inspiring. There was no question that there was love in the salty sea air! Congratulations Megan and Craig....

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