The Party before the Pomp & Circumstance

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High school — a time when you build lasting friendships, lay the foundation for your future, and create memories you’ll cherish for the rest of your life. When graduation finally arrives, you look back on all the work, the stress, the fun, and the triumphs and look forward in anticipation…

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A Wedding in the Warmth of Home

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This will be Scott and Jenny’s first Valentine’s Day as husband and wife–a very special “first.” Their partnership began quietly three years ago, and in keeping with their low-key style, they chose an intimate home setting in Canterbury to deepen their commitment to one another and to sons, Dyce, Jack,…

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Hannah’s Day at Cascades Trail

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You can’t help but smile when you see Hannah.  She’s spunky with an easy giggle and exudes first-grader cuteness. Some of my favorite portrait sessions are with kids. I get to be silly with them, but they also challenge my imagination and creativity.  Their high energy and constant wiggles also…

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Exchanging Vows by the Lake

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When someone picks an October date for a wedding, there is one detail even the best wedding planner can’t control–fall foliage.  For Alex and Toni, Mother Nature cooperated and provided the perfect backdrop for their lakeside wedding.  Just enough fall color and no wind cast a beautiful reflection in the…

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A Birthday Surprise at the Centennial

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Everyone likes a scrumptious dinner at a nice restaurant with their family on their birthday. When a few dozen of your friends and colleagues join in the celebration, well, that takes it up a notch or three. Gary thought he was headed out to a pleasant evening with his family at the…

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NH Portraits for a Georgia Family

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Ahhh, summer in New Hampshire! Maureen, her two children, and their families planned a trip from their homes in Georgia to visit Maureen’s sister who lives on Lake Winnisquam. Maureen wanted to capture this moment in everyone’s lives – especially with pre-teens and two-year-old twins – a perfect opportunity for a portrait session….

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Autumn child portrait at Profile Falls, Bristol, NH

Family Portraits at Profile Falls

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One of the main reasons I moved to New Hampshire was being in the woods in Autumn. Simply wonderful. Naturally, I love doing portrait sessions among the colorful trees. The Weeks family also wanted to take advantage of nature’s beauty for their portraits this year, so we met at Profile…

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Autumn Wedding in the Park

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Mother Nature took care of the decorating when Maggie and Tony got married in Rollins Park in Concord, NH. The trees wore their best colors on the late October Sunday morning. Despite the day being chilly and damp, the gazebo where the two exchanged vows was filled the warmth of…

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Family Portraits at a Covered Bridge

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People love to photograph New Hampshire’s covered bridges and, of course, take advantage of them for portrait settings as well. For the Robert family, they were a natural fit since Chris is a bridge engineer. On yet another gorgeously sunny Sunday, we met at Rowell’s Bridge in Hopkinton. Creating some…

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October wedding in Sunapee, NH

Glorious October Wedding in Sunapee

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The hills and mountains dressed in their finest Autumn colors, the sun beaming down from a clear sky, what could be a better setting for a wedding? Andrea and Ryan made a wonderful choice when they picked Dexter’s Inn, on a backroad in Sunapee, for their celebration. Mother Nature gave…

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