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So I’ve been really enjoying challenging myself to only choose 15 images for each blog post and I’ve been planning on holding myself to that standard going forward.  But then, while in the midst of the worst winter and most snowfall that Boston has seen in recorded history I opened up the gallery from Casey […]

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  • Casey FFebruary 17, 2015 - 3:41 pm

    I love Casey weddings, but I may be biased. 🙂
    The shot of the newborn baby girl in stripes makes my heart hurt, so precious! Gah I’m such a sappy mom now.

Kyle and Donny were married last January during a (now familiar) Boston blizzard. This wedding has stuck with me all year, and I’m quite sure it always will. It wasn’t just that it took place at the gorgeous State Room with it’s sweeping views of a snowy downtown, it wasn’t that the details were perfectly […]

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  • SaraLilyFebruary 4, 2015 - 9:51 am

    Umm could they BE any CUTER!? OMG. These were all stunning. You did a phenomenal job capturing them and their authentic and ecstatic reactions to their day. Loved these!

Excited to share a sweet baby girl with you today.  Mackenzie is the first child of a KLC wedding client, and as always it’s such a pleasure to watch the families of my clients grow.  I’ve been saving most of my family work until a super BIG and exciting change for the look/direction/structure of my […]

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I don’t think the little state of Rhode Island gets enough credit.  I’ve shot all over this tiny and mighty state, and The Blithewold Mansion is yet another beautiful spot.  Taryn, Ben, and I had a great afternoon roaming the grounds and I can’t wait for their 2016 wedding! And just for fun – run run! […]

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The late winter is supposed to be a slow season for photographers, and in some ways it is because we’re simply unable to shoot when it feels like NEGATIVE 20 DEGREES outside like it was today in New England.  But this is also the time of year that I look at the past year and […]

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