I’ve been pretty off the radar when it comes to keeping up my website lately. After wedding season was over I needed a breather from everything, but it’s so nice to come back recharged and look at Noah and Olivia’s wedding!

These two are so friggin’ adorable I lost my mind. I love how so intensely happy they are together. Olivia had the biggest cheesiest smile all over her face the entire day, and Noah looks at her like he’s seeing her for the first time every time he looks at her. It’s hard to look at these and not get all misty and sappy over it.

Lareau Farm in Waitsfield is one of my favorite venues. It’s so perfect for a wedding this big and happy.

I never know what to write in these blog posts except how thrilled I was that they chose me for their wedding day. It was an incredible day.

Love you guys <3



I’ve been wanting to post about Nick and Hayley for awhile now, but I’ve been struggling to find the best words. It was just a ton of people that love each other crying their faces off about two beautiful people getting married.

There’s nothing quite like shooting a wedding as a guest and the photographer. The ease that graces you as you’ve already made it through the awkward pleasantries and the hesitation of fearing judgements as I grab a glass of wine at the reception. Love pouring out of every single person that came. Hayley and Nick could not stop cheesin’ all dang day. As the ceremony took place, nobody seemed to be able to keep it together. Wet eyes, and sniffles roared through the crowd as they pledged their vows to love each other forever.

Being able to drop my professional photographer face, and just be that weirdo with a camera in one hand and a whiskey in the other, I feel it really allowed me to capture their day more intimately than ever before. The insight of history and friendship washed over us and everything was beautiful, and chaotic, and perfect.

It's raining, it's pouring, there's actually a freakin' nor'easter outside


I'm a big fan of elopements. Nothing screams love more soundly then wanting nothing but to go up on a Tuesday with nobody else but your soulmate (and your photographer as well, duh) 

This one was super special. Heidi had found me about six weeks prior, and asked if I'd be interested in shooting her and Tyler elope. Obviously, I jumped at the idea. Monday, the day before arrived and I went and met up with them for lunch. Little did I know, this cute couple from outta state, I had gone to high school with the groom! What a small world.

Tuesday showed up and I was kind of freaking out. There was a nor'easter in the forecast and it was 9am and the roads were pure white. I made the poor decision to not get snow tires this year so I had recruited a friend with a big truck to drive me around that day so that I wouldn't die.

We first went to the house that Tyler grew up in. It's lived in temporarily by an adorable older couple who let us play around and take photos. It had such an adorable charm to it. I love all the cute farmhouses in the North East Kingdom.

Next stop was Burke Mountain. We ran around and took some cute photos in the snow while we waited for the officiant.
We picked a cute little spot on a creek. Just the four of us and two woman who worked at the mountain. It was beautiful and snowy and a wonderful story.

I was also featured on the Boston 7 News!! Go check out the adorable little story here!!