I’ve always been fascinated with photography. I guess I first got “the bug” when at age seven my dad built a darkroom in our basement for my mom. It was then that I learned that photography was more than just a means of documenting the chapters in our lives, but that it was also an art form.

After graduating from Boston University in 1992, I built my very own darkroom. A few years later, I took some photos at a friend’s wedding. I developed the film and gave the newlyweds prints as my gift to them and their parents. Not much longer thereafter I received a very flattering note in which they pointed out that my photos were far better than their photographer’s. It was then that I started to take wedding photography seriously. To this day, the couple still has my prints displayed throughout their home.

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The studio is conveniently located on the outskirts of Boston right off of route 93.