About Chris (that’s me)
// New Hampshire Wedding Photographer
// Certified Professional Photographer (CPP)
Your wedding should stand out!
If you’re like most of the people I work with, you want your wedding captured in a “different” way. You’re maybe a little discouraged how most wedding photography tends to look the same… the bright and airy, the painful clichés, the awkward poses, bad lighting, yadda yadda yadda…
I believe your wedding pictures should go beyond average wedding pictures. These are YOUR wedding pictures, and they should make you proud! Your pictures should be stunning. Dramatic. Epic! That’s why I’m committed to breaking away from the cookie-cutter stuff.
I’ve had the honor of photographing weddings in every season all over New England, from Maine to Rhode Island. Every wedding is unique! So then, you might be wondering, why does most wedding photography tend to look the same? It comes down to having the right photographer by your side.
Here’s what I promise you:
After you come into the studio, you will feel even more excited for your wedding because you’ve seen what we can do together, and you know YOUR PICTURES WILL ROCK!
I’m here for you from start to finish, including helping with your wedding day timeline for a fun, stress-free day
You will love your wedding portraits SO MUCH that you’ll want to hang them on your walls, and you’ll NEVER want to put your wedding album away (i.e., it won’t die in a dusty box in the attic!)
Want your day captured in a “different” way? Awesome.
More about me
I earned my Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) degree at the New England Institute of Professional Photography. I currently serve as Vice President to the New Hampshire Professional Photographers Association. I am a member of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA), the leading industry association. My work with clients has been published in multiple editions of Shutter Magazine and Seacoast Weddings.
I was born and raised in Maine, and later moved to New Hampshire in 2005. I’ve traveled to four continents, thirteen countries (including Cuba!), and 33 states. Many of those states were ski trips with my dad!