Monthly Archives: October 2013

Sam and Andy’s Castle in the Clouds wedding became a Real Wedding feature on WellWed today! So happy this wedding continues to live on…..   To see the original blog post for this beautiful Lakes Region wedding, click here.

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Laura is a Class of 2014 Sunapee High School senior who traveled a good distance to shoot her senior portraits with me. She is a very accomplished varsity cheerleader, and has earned the distinction of being the only high school cheerleader from the entire state of New Hampshire to be cheering in this year’s Macy’s…

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I was pretty amused to see my Chicken Erika recipe featured on RestyleSource…….  I wish I was a better cook!  This is a yummy recipe, but definitely not anything that’s gourmet or challenging to make. Just a good, hearty, warm, casserole type recipe that makes everybody glad for a homecooked meal. And the leftovers are…

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Hopefully this post will explain to you and educate you about the differences between high res vs. low res digital files. In all of my work, whether it’s for weddings, portraits, or commercial food photography, I always provide the high resolution files (if purchased) along with the low resolution versions for your convenience. High Resolution…

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Gretchen and Jeremy had such an idyllic, beautiful fall New England wedding in the most quintessential place possible: the little town of Canterbury and the Canterbury Shaker Village. Such an incredible place for a wedding!  Add in a little one-room church, an apple orchard theme, and perfect weather and you have such a memorable, heartwarming…

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  • Jeremy Earl Mayhew - There are not words adequate enough to express what I’m feeling right now. Those three people, they are the most important people in the world to me, and these photos…these amazing, breathtaking photos of us are things I will keep with me till I’m old and gray, rocking back on forth on the porch someday. I never had a doubt that you were the perfect photographer for the most important day of my life…I don’t trust easy, but I trusted you with this wholeheartedly and without reservation. You are an amazing photographer, but more than that, you are a good person….and I am a better person having know you.

    From the bottom of my heart Erika, Thank You.

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