After the last few days, the weather I had with Lisa and George a couple of weeks back feels like it may be the norm for a while, but the week we shot this, this was one of the best days of the year. I've known Lisa informally for a few years via the work I do with David Parnes at her day job at Sanofi-Genzyme, but it was great to get to spend some time getting to know her and her fiance George a bit more informally. A few favorites from our evening on the Esplanade:
Future clients. If, early in the week of your wedding the forecast is for rain and you're (understandably!) nervous, I'm just going to put you in touch with Shay and Scott. The weather for their wedding didn't just call for rain, but a total and complete weekend washout. I was shooting another job nearby on Friday and stopped by to see them and grab a few of what we thought would be the only dry outdoor photos possible (the first two images below), but by Saturday afternoon we just didn't have no rain, we actually had about 90-minutes of legit sun and blue sky. Bottom line? Don't check the weather until after lunch the day before your wedding, and even then, it's probably a good idea to maintain a healthy dose of skepticism.
I've known these guys for a while, first meeting Shay at her day job a few years ago, and this wedding really just felt like hanging out with friends, truly a great way to kick the 2017 wedding season into full swing. I was joined for the day by good friend Stephen Grigoriou, and some of his images appear below (including the awesome napkin-waving grandpa shot!)
I know, I know, this space has been quiet for a while, but there's a reason - it's been winter and then mud season. But as spring winds down, wedding season amps up, and with that today I'm excited to share images from Andy and Liz's Crane Beach engagement shoot last week. Being as weather is the one element of a wedding day that's impossible to plan for, when the weather at an engagement shoot approaches gale force winds and the couple seamlessly rolls with it - well that bodes well for the wedding later this year (and if the wedding day is windier we'll all need to wear lead shoes). Throw in that Liz is a Giants fan and Andy loves the Pats, and you know these two have already overcome a few hurdles together. A few favorites: