Come Together

I'm very, very excited to be able to finally share some of the images and the video from May's "Come Together" event at the Currier Museum in Manchester, New Hampshire. The brainchild of my friends Lara and Kate from the Studio Nouveau, Come Together gave couples who never received their wedding photos after hiring Forever in Time Photography (story here) a second chance at having some images to savor.

Mad credit to my friends MKD and Tony for the amazing video you see above, you guys really outdid yourselves. I'd also be remiss to fail to point the brunt of the credit for this great event where it really belongs - Lara and Kate worked long hours to pull off this event, and it really would never have come to fruition without their imaginations, creativity and hard work.

Check out the video for some images from all the photographers who participated. A few of my favorite are below.

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Ballet at the Navy yard

A ballerina performs at the Charlestown Navy yard, near Boston, Ma

I do not exaggerate when I say that I have been wanting to make the above photo for a year and a half. Last week, my friend Megan put me in touch with the lovely Courtney and we made plans to shoot Sunday night over at the Charlestown Navy Yard. Also, Saturday morning I was lucky enough to convince the always-awesome Shyla to tag along and shoot with me, so you can expect to see images from her shortly.

Sunday night when I got home I really was a bit like a kid on Christmas Eve - I was too excited to sleep so I stayed up until 3 a.m. editing the photos and video. Wha? Video what? Oh yeah, there was video too :-) I'm no Mike Duval, but I was pretty happy for my first attempt.

Thanks to my friends at LensProToGo, I had a Nikon D3s that I set on a tripod to record while I shot - you can see that video below (Like the song? The musician is James Dunn, the husband of one of my closest friends from college).

Before I get to the video, here's one more of my favorite images from Sunday:

Ballet at the Charlestown Navy Yard, near Boston, MA

I'd write more, but I think the video really says it all.