Just call me Your Gal, Friday!
I am your small wedding photographer and specialist! I photograph and assist with planning elopements, micro-weddings and other small weddings across New England.
What makes a wedding a small wedding? It's not always about the guest count, but in general I focus on weddings with 100 guests or less. For me, a small wedding is more about the atmosphere a couple is setting for the biggest day of their lives - from the venue they choose to the activities they plan to all the little details that make the day theirs. And my goal as your small wedding photographer is to help them make that vision a reality. ❤
I have an extensive knowledge of possible venues and locations for small weddings and elopements New England. I also have a wide knowledge of vendors who can help meet the unique needs that my clients have, making me the ideal team member for planning your big day.
Artist | Mother | Wanderer
Hey there, I'm Emma!
years of art school
houseplants (and counting!)
years as a photographer
home addresses in my life
In case you can't tell by these photos, I'm loud.
I am actually loud with my voice (I lost my inside voice in an accident) but I'm also a big personality. I have always been very confident in who I am and what I believe in, which makes me an excellent cheerleader, collaborator and advocate for your intimate wedding or elopement.
I have an amazing life partner, CJ, who I met when we were 12 and in the same homeroom for middle school. But we didn't start dating until our late twenties after many years apart. Now we have a home together, our adorable tiny tyrant, Charlotte, and a cute dog named Bernie Spaniel!
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Where I've Lived
Where I hope to go
Love knows no bounds of color or gender. I will always fight for LGBTQ+ marriage rights and work to dismantle systemic oppression where I am able.
Our planet is precious. As someone who routinely works out in nature, I have a responsibility to be a steward of the earth for long term sustainability.
That a person's faith does not define who they are and that there is room for all of the world's faiths.
All spiritualism is beautiful.