A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of doing a winter shoot with Mike and Olga. This has been planned since the summer when they told me they needed family photos with none other than their small little dog named Edgar. Unfortunately, despite having a sweater on, Edgar was too cold to take more than a few photos with us. He ran off to the car to make his protest clear. We still had a great time and even had a snowball fight on our way back.
I had the opportunity to come along with Aleksandr Verbetsky and shoot this awesome engagement in Rhode Island. We started off on the east side of Newport but then tried to catch the sunset down at Brenton Point. We thought it was too late and the sun had gone down but we were wrong. The clouds made the sunset ten times better.
Teddy and Jess are two forces of creativity. Both love music, art, and coffee but most importantly, each other. We took a trip down to Granville State Forest with Aleksandr Verbetsky to get some amazing shots of them in the great outdoors. During our adventure we met a man swimming in the stream who told us the best place to jump into the water from the ledge and I almost broke my ankle hopping on rocks. I would say it was a success!
Max is a great friend of mine. We worked together and like the same music, games, and shows. At the time, I didn't know Sula all that much but I remember meeting her at work when she dropped lunch off for Max and they sat eating together in the corner. As Max would probably say, "Adorbz". You could see right away they were meant for each other. When he finally proposed to the girl he loved, I was happy to shoot their engagement and wedding!
It was pretty exciting having the opportunity to shoot my first engagement shoot with Ivan and Tanya, at Beacon Hill of all places! Boston has its charm just like these two, so capturing them was a breeze. Before this I had taken a relatively long break from shooting professionally but after spending the afternoon with Ivan and Tanya, it all changed.