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Ahhh, Aysun and Shane. A delightful surprise package these two were! At the start of the session Aysun quietly says, “I’ve never done a photo session, I am nervous and have no idea what to do.” I tell her I’ll help direct and that it’ll be fun, and natural, even though it’s just us, and a two big honking cameras in their faces (that’s completely natural, right?). Normally the first set of poses is a warm up, to get people used to the situation, a practice run of sorts. What do I witness as I peek through the viewfinder on this first set-up? A couple that appears to be professional posers. That’s right, pros. I don’t think I directed one pose on this session. I’d pick a location, say “go stand there”, check my camera settings, glance up and BAAM; they’re perfectly posed. Not only that, Aysun worked it with her ever so slight head tilts and hip shifts. I mean, come on! Normally, I’d call someone like this a pool-shark, but since Aysun prefers darts I’m going to call her a dart-shark!;-)

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Despite the on and off torrential rain as hurricane Irene moved further north, Christen stayed positive and eventually fully embraced the pending storm by throwing on a pair of Hunter boots and doing a little rain dance. How can you not love this girl?

More to come of Christen and Nick’s beautiful Blithewold wedding in Bristol, RI.

hunter boots rainy wedding day

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The lovely, historic Wianno Club in Osterville, MA was the reception location for Caroline and Mark’s seaside wedding. The ceremony took place at St. Andrew’s By-The-Sea in Hyannis Port where Caroline’s grandfather played a major role in the ceremony and marriage of Caroline and Mark. It was absolutely grand, his words touching and powerful.

Now here are some sneak peeks of their beautiful day!














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