i first met this family in 2012 when they participated in a mini session fundraiser lisa frechette photography + i put together to benefit the people affected by hurricane sandy in coastal nj. the girls were [i think] 2 + just a couple months. fast forward 7 years + multiple rhode island family portrait sessions later + you find us at south shore beach in little compton, ri. it is such an honor to be able to document this family + to continuously be chosen to be their family photographer. for a little flashback make sure you scroll to the end of the post ;)
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to be honest, these yearend reviews are more for me than for you. it is a way to look back on the year to see where i have grown, how i have stretched myself creatively + what i need to focus on in the coming year. a reminder to be grateful seeing families evolve + grow as well as to be open to new opportunities. it keeps me in check. 2018 brought me family portraits, baby portraits, pet portraits, engagement sessions + personal projects. it brought me travel photography projects to distances such as california, greece, + israel. looking back it has also made me want more. more diversity in projects as well as subject matter. more travel. more pet portraits. more photography
but for now here is my non-wedding photos year in review
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this year was jammed packed full of new experiences + travel. so much so i felt the need to make 2 separate posts for my year in review. thank you to all the couples who allow me into their intimate spaces + trust me to document such a special time in their lives. i had so many great opportunities to photograph my own weddings as well as photograph as a 2nd photographer for some dear friends as well as some that I only just met this year. huge shout out to these lovely ladies for trusting me to tag along + help document these weddings: lisa, jen, rebecca, jen, + justine.
i have totally fallen in love with some new local venues [roger williams botanical center/ crystal lake/ ocean house/ newport beach house/ griffin museum of photography] as well as revisited some of my all time favs [glen manor house/ linden place/ blithewold]. all the amazing wedding vendors that i had the privilege to work with this year, thank you, you make my job a whole lot easier with your skill, expertise + attention to detail. while it is difficult to compound a whole year of fabulous new england weddings, here is my attempt to give you a visually pleasing recap of my year as a ri wedding photographer. you may want to get comfy…it’s a long one
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