Katherine and Josh, ya’ll blew my mind!! These two lovebirds exceeded my expectations during their engagement session last weekend up in the White Mountains. We had been checking the weather weeks in advance, and what was supposed to be a rainy day turned into the most gorgeous fall weather. Kat and Josh’s chemistry with one another is out of this world, and that is probably because they have been dating for seven years!
Kat and Josh are love-filled high school sweethearts, and as if that wasn’t cute enough, Josh got down on one knee and asked Kat to spend the rest of her life with him, in "the happiest place on earth,” Disney World! As fireworks were on full display behind them, and family were gathered around, it was truly a very happy moment for the both of them.
When not busy with work, they enjoy spending their free time walking their dog Brady and lounging at home watching Game of Thrones. Kat and Josh share a love of wine and beer (Don’t we all!) and like to visit local wineries and breweries. They are in the process of buying their first forever home, so they have been enjoying antique collecting as well!
The soon-to-be newlyweds are getting married on September 28th, 2019 and I cannot wait to photograph their big day! Kat and Josh are excited to start their new journey together and after a long waited seven years, they will soon be Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Whalen.
On the road to becoming Mrs. Cameron, Jannine could not wait for this day to come. A very special day for this bride to be, and what could be more heartwarming than getting ready at her home with all of her children together.
A rustic and casual DIY wedding was put together at the Pinckney Boathouse at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, NH. It was a perfect lake-side
wedding venue for all of Jannine and John's friends and family to celebrate their love.
A unique ceremony held on the deck of the boathouse overlooking the lake was a great setting for the two to say I do. Following the ceremony was Mr. and Mrs. Cameron's first dance, in which their wedding song "Bless the Broken Road" by Rascal Flatts was sung by one of their daughters. A truly sweet moment.
The night ended with dancing, laughter, and one of the most beautiful sunsets I had ever seen. Friends and families waved goodbye on the deck of the boathouse as the newlyweds boated off into the sunset.
With a fast-paced and hectic five months, the senior thesis show is completed and the stress-filled journey has come to an end (sigh).
I could not be happier with the outcome of my project, having chosen an incredibly eye-opening, yet difficult topic. Addressing the topic of homelessness was something I felt drawn to right from the beginning. I love to help people, and I knew it would be good for me to get out of my comfort zone and put myself into the lives of the homeless directly.
People tend to look away from the homeless, and I know I am guilty of doing so. With that being said, I wanted my photographs to portray a brighter side and that these people are just like us. The more opportunities to talk to each individual, the more I came to the realization that we have more similarities than non similarities, which is a beautiful thing. If only more people could see them in the way that I had the pleasure in doing so, I am confident that the world would be a much better place.