Rebecca and Paul's Engaegment Session-Historic Newtown, Connecticut

November 11, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

REBECCA AND PAUL'S ENGAGEMENT SESSION

Historic Newtown, Connecticut

 

Couples choose engagement locations for many reasons.  For some it was the place where the proposal happened. For others it is a place they often spend time or visit.  For other's it could be a sentimental place.  Such was the case for Rebecca who grew up in the historic town of Newtown Connecticut. Rebecca and Paul's engagement session started off in Ram Pasture on a bridge that she sang songs about as a child in school. We had a warm late October day to enjoy the last of autumn colors.  After spending some time at Ram pasture we traveled to historic downtown Newtown with a stop at the local general store and town hall where Rebecca watched movies as a child.  We strolled through the many historic homes some of which were owned by family and friends when she was a child.  We finished their shoot in near bye Sandy Hook which has had a renovation and revival including the Foundry restaurant and vintage dress shop.  Rebecca and Paul were such a joy to work with. And made for a the engagement shoot so much fun.  I can't wait for their wedding day!


 


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Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life and you want a photographer who has the skills and experience to capture every precious moment.  I have been formally trained in photography through the New York Institute of Photography and The Wedding School.  I started my career as a landscape and commercial photographer where precision, detail and accuracy were required in every job.  I bring these skills to every wedding assuring you will have a beautiful collection of photographs of your wedding day from beginning to end. Vision, attention, creativity, communication and caring go into every aspect of your wedding.  I was awarded Best of the Knot 2018 and 2019 for my hard work, many 5 star reviews and  happy clients.

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