Landon's Cake Smash! : Boston Family Photography

Four years ago we met Caitlyn and Andrew. We photographed their engagement session on the NH seacoast and their wedding at the Boston Harbor Hotel.  Last Friday I met their son Landon and photographed his cake smash for his first birthday! It was so awesome when Caitlyn opened the door of their home with wide eyes and a big hug! We love seeing our couples after getting to know them at their weddings and catching up with them years later for more photos of their growing family! We started their photo session at the park by their home and as you can see, Landon wasn't exactly into the photos at the beginning. But put a cake in front of kid and all goes well.

Congratulations Caitlyn and Andrew! he's adorable and we look forward to seeing him grow! Cheers ~ Matt

Our 2014 Couples and their Great Moments!

As we move into 2015 we can't help but look back on the amazing couples that we were fortunate to work with in 2014. We had one of our busiest years to date and our couples took us to every state in New England plus a few beyond, and as far away as Anguilla. We are so grateful for their support and we loved every moment! Narrowing the images down to anything manageable proved next to impossible, so we hope you enjoy this extensive look back at some of our favorites images of our 2014 couples! 

Onward to 2015!!!! ~ Matt & Enna

Seacoast NH Portraits | Beach Portraits

I grew up on the NH seacoast and I love everything about it. I love the rocky coast, the short stretches of beach, the way rte 1A winds along the coast, the summer shacks offering freshly fried seafood and the cold water that gives your system that gentle shock as you dive in. Now packing the boys up for a dinner on the beach is one of our new loves in life and Enna and I try to make it to the beach with the boys for the day as much as we can. One of the biggest differences with our beaches today as opposed to when I was in high school (I'll leave out the date), is the amount of activity in the water. The beaches have always been busy with swimmers and surfers, but if you were a NH surfer during my school years you were a rare breed, at least more so than today. I love walking down the beach and seeing all the surfers and now I'm seeing kite surfers, which is awesome. My neighbor Tom surfs often and he is one of those that grew up surfing our coast. So I dragged Tom out of the water so I could kick start a body of work I've been thinking of doing for some time; seacoast portraits. What I want to do is create portraits of locals that show their connection to the seacoast, whether that is surfing, tide pooling, sailing, fishing, etc. Young or old, if you're a seacoast NH water lover shoot me an email to inquire about my beach portraits, I'd love to make you one! ~Matt