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Good Friday Film Fiesta

Before I was a photographer, I was a videographer. I started in film and made the switch to stills after a few negative experiences early on. I had some issues with audio files on an older DV camera and it pretty much made me never want to rely on moving footage again, even though I loved the platform of film to tell a story.

Technology has evolved a lot since then and you can now easily capture reliable audio and I have the tools at my disposal to create short films without too much hassle. I've played around with some short films for the past few years but really put out my first short film for a Good Friday service at St. Paul's Church. 

This film explores how the cross is necessitated by our very existence- hence the man building the cross and placing the nails into the wood himself. 

Enjoy.

Natalie + Cory: A Villa Louisa, CT

It's no secret, I love being a wedding photographer. However, it's not every night that I sit down to edit photos and start grinning ear-to-ear as I relive the experience. Spending the day with Natalie and Cory was an honor and going back through each  moment was nearly as fun. There was a lot of joy on this particular day, and the snow only added to the glow of the couple. Second Congregational Church in downtown Manchester was a gorgeous location for the ceremony and A Villa Louisa in Bolton, CT was a gracious host. Thank you for the pleasure of photographing your wedding, Natalie and Cory, you now have a day full of love and joy to look back on for years to come.

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