Engagement Photo Session – Boxford, MA
Relaunching my photography business doesn’t mean that my camera has been squirreled away all this time; I was just in stealth mode. Now that I am back, it gives me a great opportunity and privilege to share some of my work that was under the radar…like this urban engagement photo session I did for this gorgeous Boxford, MA couple. Meredith and Dan were so much fun to work with and up for anything. As you can see, we captured a large variety of settings for them, all keeping within their Urban theme. What fun to incorporate a British telephone box – a hail back to Meredith’s British heritage.
I love ensuring that we get the detail shots – of course, the ring in this case, but it was fun to get creative in showcasing it. And my! What a beautiful ring it is!
With such natural smiles and happy subjects, my work was so much fun! They were both so relaxed in front of the camera, and as I am sure you can tell, we had a lot of fun during this session.
Shooting in downtown Manchester, NH the options were almost endless – we had fun in the park, strolled down the cute side streets, and even incorporated the historic mill district. I actually studied the American mills during one of my university courses in the UK, so I love visiting them with the background knowledge of all their history.
Thank you, Meredith and Dan, for the great fun we had together creating these shots and capturing this special time for you.
Are you newly engaged or yet to schedule your engagement photo session? I’d love the opportunity to work with you. I am now taking bookings for 2016 and the schedule is filling up quickly. Get in touch today to secure your session! You can drop me a line, or call me on (978) 571-6280. Look forward to hearing from you!
Laura is an engagement lifestyle and portrait photographer based in Southern NH, but serving the surrounding area of Nashua, Derry, Merrimack, Manchester, and the Greater Boston area, including Boxford, MA. Laura specializes in creating timeless pieces of art, capturing emotion and real connections.