View photographs from the best Boston wedding photographer, Nicole Chan. Her style is vividly colorful, storytelling, and photojournalistic.
Me: So tell me, whats of things do you like to do together? Bic & Tam: WINE – we’re not experts, we just like to drink it. WALKS – because I don’t run. WOKS – we like to cook together and something sauteed with rice is our main go-to. These people are my kind of… Read More
You know it’s a great wedding when you and your 2nd photographer (yay Karen!) are thrown into a dance circle with a handful of hilariously awesomewedding guests long lost friends. Theeda was a year younger than me at Bentley, and as her friends trickled into the beautiful outdoor ceremony space at the Villa, all I could think was,… Read More
Last week, I sat around a firepit in my backyard in the company of a few close friends. We joked about living in multiple places and having lots of “stuff”. While Jason and Alex seem to be packrats when they were younger, I consider myself the opposite, really. I don’t like “stuff”. Throwing stuff away, donating, and recycling makes… Read More
“I think every single person in the class was inspired and wishing you taught at NESOP all of our first year.” -Nick Mind BLOWN! For the past three years, I’ve had the honor of blabbering to the senior wedding and portrait classes at the New England School of Photography, but there was something different about this year…. Read More
Two grooms with extensive knowledge in daguerreotypes, early photography processes, cinematography and feature film production/direction. Holy cow. Sometimes, it’s nerve-wracking to photograph other photographers or anyone with an educated understanding of light and composition. I expected the pressure to be overwhelming but when the day came, it just flowed. We greeted each other with big… Read More
Eda and Simon’s dated for fifteen years. Their Granite Links wedding in Quincy included all of their wonderful friends and family. They started with a double tea ceremony at their parents’ homes, and then come together for a Western ceremony at Granite Links. Celebrations continued with a traditional 10-course Chinese banquet at Quincy’s China Pearl… Read More
When you imagine two people that are adventurous, dog-lovers (Hi Ted!) and big into delicious eating, you skim the surface of who Erika and Mike are as a couple. A few words from Erika: “Mike says the moment he knew he wanted to marry me was in December 2012, when I gave him the “12 Days… Read More
Beth and Peter’s relationship is so comfortable and seemingly effortless. We made plans to grab a drink at a restaurant before the engagement session. They arrived earlier than I and when I walked into the restaurant, I saw them at the bar. They were so relaxed together, little smiles, talking with their hands with slight… Read More
Wendy says that the favorite thing that she and Kenneth like to do together is laugh, eat, and wash dishes. From the first e-mail, I knew that they were both passionate and silly people. The support that they show each other – emotionally, in their faith, and during their long distance – is remarkable. They love each other easily,… Read More
Audrey and Bharat had a beautiful outdoor ceremony at Brookside Country Club!
Today was an amazing day. It wasn’t because the 2013 World Series champions (GO SOX!) threw Stephanie and Matt a parade RIGHT outside of their hotel – Boston’s Wyndham hotel – or because a very kind policeman lifted the barricade so that they could cheer inches away from the duck boats as they passed. It… Read More
Six married men stood up at the Cruiseport Gloucester in front of hundreds of guests and told stories about Peter’s solid family-values and how the two of them, down to the core, are perfect for each other. The groomsmen laughed about Peter’s funny memory, like when he insisted her name was Kirsten, but then ended up… Read More