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Looking up from a street in Boston’s leather district. When I’m in town, I walk in this direction for a cup of morning coffee, past the Starbucks and on toward our local Boston Common Coffee Co.

Kodak Portra 400 film.

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  • July 14, 2011 - 9:25 pm

    Ruth - oooh, great shot – what do you drink??? Let me guess……

    hmm I’m thinking double americano with soymilk?

  • July 15, 2011 - 10:25 am

    stacey - Incredible guess, Ruth! I love americanos, and of course with soy :-)

I’m not sure I’ve ever seen so much color on one wedding day, incredible!

Rachel and Josh were married among a lively group of friends at a private home in Brewster, MA. Here’s a peek at the flowers and tablescapes that set the tone for their festivities!


spears point wedding

Coordination: Desiree Spinner Events

Flowers: All About Flowers for Weddings

Rentals: Be Our Guest

Tent: Undercover Tent & Party

Catering: The Crazy Chefs Catering

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  • July 8, 2011 - 12:49 pm

    Julie - Oh, this is just AWESOME.

  • July 14, 2011 - 3:17 pm

    Laura *You Stir Me* - bah, so many bright and cheerful colors in one place makes me smile. I really hope billy buttons are here to stay as a wedding trend – they add instant whimsy to floral arrangements! I love that they incorporated fruit in the centerpieces – fun! And of course, the images are gorgeous:)

I hope you all have a fantastic Fourth of July weekend!!!  I’ll be diggin’ my feet into something like THIS :-)

Kodak Portra 400

July is a portrait month for me. Couples may not really be thinking of donning wedding gowns and tuxedos at a time like this. I have a few more June weddings to share with you, and one July, but be on the lookout for together-sessions that span from Brooklyn and Manhattan, up to Lake Winnipesaukee NH, and a bit of Boston and Cape Cod in between. Till then, enjoy the sunshine holiday!

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What do we photographers do for fun?

I have made some of my greatest friends in the last few years of being in this incredible industry. I speak almost every day with a close group of fellow photographers, film makers, floral designers, event coordinators and stationers. We share ideas, we laugh, we trade equipment, we brainstorm, we back each other up, and we let off steam.

I’m amazed at the lack of competitiveness among photographers, at least in our younger generation. Sure, we count on each other for referrals, but it goes far beyond that. We are friends!

Here is another awesome video from Meg Simone Wedding Films… showcasing our recent Bretton Woods canopy tour with Meg, Brea McDonald, Samantha Warren and assortment of husbands, boyfriends and dads (fathers day!). If you haven’t tried this tour, it’s an absolute must this summer or fall!

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I love meeting Boston photographers for sangria. I love hiking mountains with my Maine and New Hampshire friends. And tomorrow I’m off to a beautiful evening event with local Cape peeps.

Other than our obvious shared interest, I think the biggest part of why we’re all close is that we’re out there creating and evolving our own businesses. That’s a BIG deal, and it creates a very special bond. Perhaps it’s like parenting, where that shared passion really brings you together with others experiencing the same. Whatever it is, I can’t imagine doing this without such an amazing group of peers. Love you guys!

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  • June 29, 2011 - 10:53 am

    Meg Simone - XOXO I smile every time we plan adventures! I laugh the hardest when I am with this group for sure. Where to next?

  • June 30, 2011 - 8:22 pm

    Ruth - What an awesome video! I’ve always wanted to try this, especially during the fall, but I bet the summertime is a little less crowded? Is it scary??

  • July 1, 2011 - 9:52 am

    stacey - Ruth, the scary parts only happen when you’re already in a tree and there’s no other option down, so you get over it fast :-) Definitely try it soon!