A fun engagement sesison on Boston's North ShoreRead More
Enna and I are excited to announce that we will be on a four studio panel discussing the constantly evolving art and business of wedding photography at The Griffin Museum of Photography on Tuesday May 4. To be asked by the museum to be on the panel is an honor and we are excited to be sitting on the panel with 3 other great photographers from New England. If you haven't been to the Griffin Museum you should go for a a visit. The museum was founded by Arthur Griffin who was one of Boston's best photojournalists and the first to run color photos in the Saturday Evening Post.
Here is the link to register: http://griffinmuseum.org/event/wedding-photography-now-panel-discussion/
And just because it is awesome, the first color portrait of 19 year old rookie Ted Williams by Arthur Griffin
I am so excited to share this engagement session. Meet Autumn and Rob. They were introduced to us from our good friend and fellow photographer Pamela Price. Autumn and Rob are getting married next winter at Church Landing and they just told me that Bear Fight will be at their wedding. I am incredibly stoked about this addition! For their engagement session we started at the Massachusetts State House where Rob works for Senator Timilty, stopped by the Red Hat where they had their first date, and ended with a cheers at The Bell in Hand. It was incredibly fun to photograph these two and shoot inside the State House. Of all the places inside the State House you'd think I'd get excited about I found this amazing blue wall in an old stairwell with gorgeous daylight coming in through the windows. It was an awesome spot for a few portraits. I really enjoyed spending the afternoon with these two and can not wait to see them again at their wedding!
Cheers! ~ Matt