Boston wedding photographer, Nicole Chan, loves a unique Boston museum weddings, and would love to be there for among the History, Art, and science exhibits.
Catherine and Jay’s Colorful Boston Museum summer wedding was hosted at one of my favorite Boston venues of all time – the Boston Museum of Science! View more Boston Museum of Science Boston weddings here. The best part of what I do is that I get the opportunity to have a inside sneak peek into… Read More
During their second year of undergrad at MIT, Cathy and Suzanne notice the freshman moving in and Cathy tells her friend, “There are some really tall freshman.” I don’t know if I believe in first sight. It feels too cheesy for me. I, however, do believe in the power of personality and how it’s conveyed… Read More
I’ve never online dated, but I bet it would be fun (slash interesting, slash crazy, slash overwhelming). My friends all have hilarious stories (or maybe they’re only hilarious because it’s not me). Either way, I often get e-mails from couples and I really get to know them over a series of e-mails, then phone… Read More
When I see another Husky, I either say, “Oh! It’s a BIG Sledder!”. If it’s a Klee Kai, I’ll say, “Oh, it’s a LITTLE Sledder!”. Breeds no longer have meaning because the dog’s name has taken over. I don’t know many friends that have adorable corgis with their little strides and short legs. When I met… 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
The vision was simple:great music (Wayne’s priority – a music and DJ aficionado) and great food and drink (Elizabeth’s priority) in a warm atmosphere with all the people that they both love (shared priority). Wayne cherry picked a handful of his favorite musicians and assembled his own band. I don’t have another way to emphasize their… Read More
Interviews are usually very professional matters, or at least I imagine so for a grown-up serious industry concentration like internal medicine. For Paras and Andy, the two-day interview was the platform where they knew they were supposed to talk to everyone, but ended up only talking to each other. With some savvy techie work, Andy… Read More