Morgan and Andy met 11 years ago, when the housing office at the University of Vermont assigned them rooms on the same floor. Through this bit of chance or fate, they became friends and then eventually more. They’ve supported each other through moves and new jobs, and currently live in the North End with their rescue pup. When asked what makes them good together, they told me how they bring out the best in each other, and always find something to laugh about. Isn’t that what we all want?
We met up on a recent evening for their Beacon Hill engagement session. There’s always something new to find in this neighborhood of old-world charm, with narrow alleys, brick buildings and colorful planters. And I love the process of getting to know couples. Working together through those initial nerves of being photographed and concerns about recreating Pinterest poses. It’s always more about guiding couples towards their connection than getting the chin tilted just so. Because if you’ve been together for 11 years, or even 1 year, you have a lot to draw on. From the memories you’ve made together, to the way you hug when you haven’t seen each other for a while, to your mutual love of the neighborhood taqueria.
If you like what you see, and are interested in having me photograph your Boston wedding or Beacon Hill engagement session, please get in touch!