This is a collection of images I pulled together that speak to me.
Double Rainbow on wedding day at the Samoset Resort. You can see the bride and groom walking back in the distance - he's carrying her!
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland - I just find it awesome.
A fall wedding at the Colony Hotel in Kennebunkport. I love the colors.
Eric and Erica at Pennobscott Bay. This was an amazing fence that is no more - at the Samoset in Rockland ME.
Here it's the movement that led me to include this shot of Angela running up the stairs before her reception at the Westin Eastland Park in Portland.
Twilight on the Grand Allee, at the Crane Estate in Ipswich, Mass.
Cinch in tighter! Annie's brother helps her tie up her corset-style wedding dress.
Lounge Concept. Mellissa from Minnott's brought these white couches into an empty warehouse in the Old Port to create a very cool space for Annie's reception.
Every wedding I shoot bridal portraits, and I'm always grateful that I know how to pose and light women to look their best.
The harvest moon had risen over Mariah and Will's tent, and looked almost as big in real life as in this picture. I like being able to see the party going on in the tent.
This is the Artists' bridge in Newry, Maine. Taken the morning after the wedding.
Same bridge, here just before the ceremony, groom sitting on the railing in foreground.
Mel and Ben at the Dunegrass Golf Club. Twilight is kind of a big deal to me.
This was taken on the waterfront of Arundel on the coldest day of the year. I couldn't move my fingers. Susan looks so calm and serene.
The money dance. At Greek weddings, they shower the couple, and then the dancefloor, with money to tip the band.
The Crane Estate, which looks very much like Downton Abbey
Anthony's face shows his anxiousness as his bride-to-be Jen approaches. I love that I get to witness such an emotional moment.
This is at Sunday River, and my assistant (retouched out) is just to the right of the bride and groom lighting them for this shot. There's a little triangle created by the bride, her reflection, and the crane in the water that add compositional impact for me.
Only because they're adorable.
Ashlee and Mike, end of the night.
At the Nonantum Resort at sunset
This is a double exposure, two shots, one overlapping the other, to create the image.
In the gardens at the Wentworth
Probably I love this because the wedding party surprised me with the glasses. Not at all what I was expecting.
Yes, he jumped in the air and clicked his heels. No, I didn't know he was going to do it. Right place, right time, and very lucky.