The best way to do a photoshoot when you're two? Give 'em the smolder and then go exploring in the woods! We had a great time exploring Horn Pond on this gorgeous September Sunday morning. And we even found an alligator friend (the plastic kind) along the way!
My baby cousins are seniors in high school! Where did the time go?! I was very excited to have the honor of photographing their senior portraits for them! I had the very important job of making sure I captured their individual personalities rather than photographing a matchy matchy twin session (like those adorable newborns from June!). I think we nailed it!
We started the day off with Emily. She really wanted to go to this gorgeous stone arched bridge over by a playground they grew playing at. It was a bit challenging with its' location in relation to the harsh morning August sun, but we did our best and got some amazing shots!
Next we moved over to the Hudson Library for Rachel's portion of the shoot! Rachel absolutely loves reading, is a published poet, and even works at this exact library! So it was a no brainer when she asked me if we could shoot there! We were able to get a few outdoor shots in for both Emily and Rachel and even got some nice candid sister shots too! After that, we moved into some much needed air conditioning and continued with Rachel's session. The results were amazing!
What better way to start your first Father's Day than with a newborn photoshoot celebrating your very little and very newborn twin sons? So that's exactly what we did! I packed up my studio in a box and made my way out to the new family's home. I arrived right as the boys fell asleep and they were an absolute dream to work with! They practically slept through the whole session! Mom and Dad assisted with a few outfit changes and before we knew it, we had all the shots!
My friends got engaged! And did a 'tour de Boston' to celebrate! A sunny 80 degree evening in the middle of a cold wet spring -what more could we have asked for?! This past December Chris popped the question on a bench in Boston Public Garden to which *spoiler alert* Elizebeth said YES! I was so thrilled when Elizabeth popped the question to me and asked me to photograph their engagement session! We started our session at Boston Public Gardens and hopped around a few different spots, including the bench. Elizabeth even got to borrow a stranger's puppy for a few shots! After that, we made our way over to Beacon Hill and eventually wrapped up the session at the Seaport. Elizabeth and Chris were naturals, so I had the difficult job of trying to narrow down the best of the best. Check em out below!
I'm Michelle! I am a Massachusetts based photographer who loves New England and the great outdoors! But what I love most is photographing awesome people!