Bridget & Greg: Engaged – The Fells

"Please don't rain, don't rain, don't rain, don't rain, don't be cold, please, please, don't snow..." That was basically Bridget and my e-mail exchange for weeks leading up to their engagement shoot last weekend. Not only didn't it rain, it wasn't muddy, it wasn't (totally) freezing and it definitely didn't snow when I met Bridget and Greg at the Fells last Saturday. It was great to get back outside and shooting (and to not have to wear gloves, unlike my last engagment shoot). A few favorites:

 

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Buddy & Michelle: Married – Burlington

If Buddy and Michelle had decided to get married last winter, we probably would have been deep into pre-wedding discussions about, "What if there is a state of emergency? What if there's a blizzard?" Instead - with the summer winter of 2015-2016, we were even able to shoot photos outside. I met Buddy and Michelle via another great winter wedding client, Melanie (who also managed to avoid snowmageddon of 2014-2015) and today I'm excited to share some of my favorite photos from the beginning of the 2016 wedding season. I was joined for this one by good friend Eric McCallister, and many of his images appear below.

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Sarah & Dave: Engaged – Winter Sledding

Three years, maybe four. That's how long I've been trying to convince a couple to go sledding for their engagement shoot. Every time I brought it up I'd hear, "Oh, that sound fun! But it's not for us," or, "It'll be so cold," or, "We don't want to have to wear heavy coats in our photos," the list of excuses is long and I think I heard them all. And I totally get it - there's a reason why 99% of the engagement shoots I do happen between April and October (and half of those it seems like happen in a 4-week foliage window in the fall). But then I met Sarah and Dave, who immediately agreed to my idea, which led to this awesomeness:

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