Winter engagement sessions can be full of surprises. The weather can be fickle and changeable. You could have a foot of snow on the ground, or temperatures cold be mild. This winter has been a very warm February with temperatures in the 40s during the day. Couples that have weddings in this year want to get their save the date cards out as soon as possible. We were supposed the do the session the previous day but a strong cold front came down from the artic with strong winds and a sudden drop in temperate. With a snow storm on the way in a few days we decided to go for the small window for good weather. We were not expecting conditions to be so different up at Topsmead and were surprised when we arrived to see snow on the ground and the trees covered in ice. We quickly changed gears and embraced the conditions and turned the engagement session into a winter wonderland snow engagement session.
I wanted to thank Maria and Philip for being such great sports and going with the flow and embracing the snowy scenery which I knew would make for such beautiful and memorable photos.
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, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023, Knot Hall of Fame award and Wedding Wire Couples Choice Award 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 for my hard work, many 5 star reviews and happy clients.