Alternate Angles returns to Boston’s Hampshire House

It’s that time of year again, when the wonderful staff at The Hampshire House  light up their fire and invite some of the leaders in the Boston Wedding Industry to share their talents with future brides and grooms. I am flattered to be invited each year to this intimate celebration, at a location where I return a few times each season to capture wedding imagery of my amazing couples.  I treasure the relationship I have built over the past 20 years with the talented people at The Hampshire House and have enjoyed the pleasure of doing weddings that are either so large they fill all three floors or so intimate the 20 guests gather around one long table to celebrate the occasion.  Regardless of the size, I adore this location which has “Boston” written all over it- full of history and classic beauty. So “Cheers!” to the couples headed to The Hampshire House tonight! I look forward to seeing you there, sharing my work and love of capturing the genuine story of your day, and discussing all of your photographic needs.

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Starfish Bride- Alternate Angles Cape Cod Wedding

Last weekend’s wedding at The Sea View  in Dennisport, MA was elegant in it’s simplicity. The gorgeous bride had silver starfish in her hair, starfish on her wine glass, and the theme ran through the details at this ocean wedding. While sitting down to dinner, I suddenly saw a stunning shadow on the wall being cast from an opposite window and I ran to get the bride, knowing it would make a killer portrait. Screw dinner! 2 minutes later this image was created, with the help of a gold reflector. Congratulations to Nate and Laura and thanks for giving me a few moments to create a new image with potential for the website. Starfish rock! :)


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  1. Robert

    great use of the light!

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Modern imagery for a super fashionable couple: Alternate Angles engagement images in Boston

Melissa and Nick were so much fun to work with and are such a wonderful couple. They chose to do their engagement images in Boston and we had a fabulous time walking  in and around the Common and surrounding area to create a fabulous variety of imagery. Following the session, they selected an Alternate Angles press printed album, which allowed them to create plenty of space within the design for their 200+ guests to sign the album, used as their wedding sign in book. I adored their cover image choices, showing their excitement to wed in front of a window display of a wedding dress. Additionally, I placed Melissa and Nick’s wedding logo on the front of the album, which I loved. Will share their wedding imagery in another post shortly- can’t wait! :)

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  1. Lyn Freeman

    These are all great Laura, but Page 9, photo on the right…so much love showing in that one!

  2. admin

    :) They were feeling it…. until a woman popped her head out of the door and shoo’d us off her stoop. :)

  3. Robert

    What a great group of photo’s! They must be so happy with your work, it’s awesome.

  4. Apolonia

    Hi there, My fiancee and I are gienttg married September 28th, 2013 and wanted to check your availability and discuss some pricing. I’d love to hear from you, feel free to e-mail or call (416)262-1794 any time. Btw, I found your site because you shot Elise Zammit’s wedding and I loved it! Her mother and my mother were work colleagues and Elise and I played softball together for year when we were girls, you did an amazing job with her Samantha

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Belle Mer Newport Wedding: Black Tie Affair with Alternate Angles

Belle Mer is a stunning location for weddings and is one of my favorite venues in  Newport. The gorgeous view of the Newport bridge from the lawn which abuts the ocean is first class. It is glamorous and contemporary and I adore the aura, which has an endless palette of photographic opportunities. Belle Mer was the perfect match for the elegance of James and Lindsay’s black tie wedding. I adored all the details, many of which were created by Tricia at Laurel Lane. The speeches brought tears, the ring bearer brought laughter, and the evening came to a close with the most glorious sunset ever. A huge congratulations to two of the sweetest couples ever!

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