Providence Engagement Session: Ana and James

Share a little bit about the two of you?

When we first met, we immediately bonded over our love of books (hence why we’re getting married in a library!) It was so easy for us to talk, spend time together, and be ourselves with each other. Even with some of the stresses of life (changing jobs, buying a house, planning a wedding) there is never a moment we aren’t grateful we have each other. We are so excited to get married!

What was really important to you when looking for a photographer?

We both wanted someone who was going to be able to capture the authentic moments of connection at our wedding–between the two of us of course, but also moments with our family and friends! We wanted to avoid the typical posed/scripted photos for something real. (Which is why we are so glad we found you, Angie!)

Were you nervous/excited about your engagement session?

Definitely both. Neither of us had ever done something like that before, but it was great to get more comfortable with being photographed before the wedding. It was ultimately so much fun and we love our photos!

How did you decide your venue?

We went to the Athenaeum on one of our first dates together. It’s a very special place for both of us.

Brewery Engagement Session at The Guild: Pawtucket, RI – Anne and Brian

Share a little bit about the two of you?

We’re just two weirdos getting married on Friday the 13th with a zombie wedding cake. What’s there to say beyond that? Brian asked me to add that he said, “Nailed it!”

What was really important to you when looking for a photographer?

We wanted someone who could cut past our camera awareness and captured who we are in our element.

Were you nervous about your engagement session?

A little – neither of us love having our picture taken. It was easy once we realized all we had to do is relax and talk about breakfast cereal.

How did you decide your venue?

The idea for an engagement shoot started with when we wanted pictures of us burying our bottle of whiskey for our reception. It seemed only natural to turn into a mini photoshoot around the brewery and reception hall as well since they are both so unique.

 

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Boston Engagement Session, Bradley Estate: Anna and Sam

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Share a little bit about the two of you?

We initially met on the first day of college in 2007 when we were placed in the same freshman seminar, but didn’t start dating until after we finished college and both moved to Boston. We are complete opposites in so many ways, but find that we compliment and balance each other very well because of it.

What was really important to you when looking for a photographer?

We wanted someone whose work felt authentic, stylish, and modern. Genuine, yet simultaneously polished. Outside of stylistic concerns, we also wanted someone who would be easy to work with, pleasant to interact with, and detail oriented to ensure we captured everything on the big day.

Were you nervous about your engagement session?

A little! Both of us weren’t used to being professionally photographed, so we weren’t sure what to expect. We wanted to make sure to capture our natural interactions while still being flattering, and Angie nailed it! She made us feel so comfortable and the photos came out better than we could have ever imagined.

How did you decide your venue?

Sam is from Vermont and it has been a special place for us throughout our relationship. We love Burlington and wanted to get married in that area so our friends and family could experience the city, and hopefully love it like we do.

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