Are you searching for a wedding photographer to capture your wedding in a “different” way?

Are you tired of cliche, expected, run-of-the-mill wedding photography?

Is your wedding photography a high priority for you? 

Want pictures that you’re proud to show off, maybe even make your friends a little jealous?

Want great images and a stress-free wedding experience?

Do you want your pictures to go above and beyond average?

Is it time to secure your wedding photographer?

This is the wedding photography experience you are looking for! Let’s talk.

3 EASY STEPS TO RESERVE YOUR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

Schedule a call, visit the studio, then choose your collection


Step 1
Schedule a Call

It's quick & easy. You have questions about wedding photography, collections, albums, availability... etc. Get answers fast.

Step 2
Visit the Studio

Get peace of mind. Your visit to the studio is the best way to meet, see the finished product, and review current wedding photography collections.

Step 3
Choose Your Collection

Now you select the best collection for your wedding! Most couples reserve their date when they visit the studio.

New Hampshire Wedding in Lakes Region

“He thinks outside the cookie cutter, typical photographer images and brings your photographs to a whole new level. “
- Nicole & Connor

Boston Wedding Portrait

"Chris is remarkably good at directing you in how to stand/hold yourself/place your hands, arms, etc. so that every photo of you is somehow flattering. I don't consider myself to be very photogenic, but I loved every single picture from our wedding day."
- Renee & Sam

Cliff House Wedding Photo

"He made us feel special throughout the entire process, he was so accessible and responsive, and was an absolute pleasure to work with."
- Brittany & Mike
 
 
Professional Photographers of America (PPA)

Professional Photographers of America (PPA)

 

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