A couple weeks ago I did a senior photos session for Arianna at Elm Park in Worcester, MA.
I didn't realize how fast time flies as I had photographed her older sister four years ago at the same park! Her older sister is now about to graduate college. Actually, the same college I went to, Assumption college.
So we met up one afternoon and got to walk around Elm Park for some nice photos. What a great family they have.
Enjoy some highlights!
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This past weekend I had the pleasure of meeting up with Devon and Ryan. They had a wonderful story of how they met, and how one day Ryan convinced Devon to take a "quick detour" to this nice place he'd heard about.
So, it made sense to go back to where Ryan had proposed to Devon and we couldn't have had a better weather. There was a nice breeze headed to the beach area and a wonderful wooden path took us there. I noticed a lot of names on there and wondered if they had been gifted that way.
The beach area was great, very wide open and not crowded at all. We saw some families there, but it felt like we had our own private beach.
I'm so excited to be photographing their wedding in August!!
Please enjoy some photos from their engagement session.
This past week I headed back home to visit my dad. He lives in the DC area and although he often comes to visit me up north I felt I was long overdue to visit him. My gf Jenny and I headed down there, her first trip there in a very long time. We got lucky with the weather the first couple days, but the next were pretty cold. Nonetheless, we powered on and explored quite a bit.
By the end of the trip we both agreed to visit again soon as there were tons of sights still to see. I also saw this as an opportunity to take some photos. I didn't take a ton, but a few here and there. It definitely re-energized me from the winter blues and makes me want to explore locally with my camera.
As I write this we have about 8 inches of snow on the ground and probably another 6-8 on the way. But, that's New England for you. One day it's 55 and sunny and the next you have to dust off your snow shovel. No matter, always happy to post some photos on here. I know I've been a tad distracted this winter and haven't posted much. I started another blog and a youtube channel on some of my interests and that's also kept me quite busy in the non-wedding season.
I'll be posting on here more regularly as the weather improves and can't wait for all the photo sessions and weddings I have lined up for this year.
But, I'm getting off topic. I'd like to share some photos from my trip and possibly a couple from a previous trip that I never posted.
These next ones are from my recent trip to DC.
Recognize any of these places?
All photos taken with a Fuji Xt1 and 23mm 1.4
Last month I was contacted by one of my previous clients letting me know her son was a senior and needed some photos taken. Of course, I was happy to hear from her and said "he's a senior now?". Time does fly.
So we scheduled some time that worked for both of us and I headed out towards Dudley for the session. This time around we decided on taking photos on their property. I had been there before and I knew it would be a great location for photos.
When I saw Dan I thought to myself, this is not the same guy that was there at the last session with his brother. He grew about 5 inches and easily looked four years older.
To me this is why having senior sessions, and others before and after, are so important. People grow up so quickly nowadays.
So, please check out some pics of the future graduate.
Have an amazing senior year!!