New England Documentary Wedding Photographer

  • Hi! I’m a New England documentary wedding photographer, living in beautiful midcoast Maine with my husband and two little boys. With my family I spend a lot of time exploring the woods, building Legos, eating gummy lobsters, and traveling near and far. On my own I love to read escapist novels (albeit at a snail’s pace) and watch all the international crime thrillers on Netflix. I've lived in Boston, Seattle, Sydney, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, and now coastal Maine. I've always been inspired by seeing new landscapes and meeting new people.

    I know there are so many wedding photographers to choose from, so I'm grateful you're here.


  • I have a strong sense of nostalgia. I grew up enthralled by my grandparents' love story. They met in Italy during WWII (he in the Army, she in the Red Cross) and married in France a year later: traveling through Europe on a noble mission, while in love and full of bravery. Their romance was well documented in photos and memorabilia that fascinated me my whole life. I think it’s why I ended up a photographer. Photos allow you to feel the story that's embedded in them and relive or live anew the memory that they capture. So my priority as a wedding photographer is making images that show how your wedding day felt. I believe it’s the emotions – the nerves, anticipation, excitement, surprise, joy, love – that define your day and are the elements you'll want to remember. I hope your wedding photos bring you back to those feelings every time you look at them.