I love sneaking a good getaway whenever I can and this year I had the amazing chance to plan a quick trip around New England with some of the best friends a girl could ever hope for. My amazing friend Chris was getting married and hired me to photograph his wedding in New Hampshire. Luckily for me, my very best friends from photography school were also coming in for the big day so we all planned to spend as much time as we possibly could together.
Andrea, who was flying from Los Angeles, met me at the Logan airport in Boston where we quickly found a ride with my sister from another mother Kristen (the very best roommate ever!). I can’t say enough how much these girls mean to me. They share such a special experience in my life and all are as quirky and unique as I am.
After a quick stop for a shower, we headed to the Cape. The three of us brought our camera and started shooting whatever inspired us along with a few extra photos for a few good memories or good laughs.
Here it is. A moment that took me back to 2006 when we were all at photography school. Each one with a camera, checking camera settings and composing the perfect frame. After a nice walk along the Cape we drove towards Provincetown, MA. An absolutely beautiful town by the ocean with lots of colors and unique features.I might have a slight obsession over their architecture. That night our 4th and final counterpart drove in from Maine. We laughed all night and woke up early the next morning to make the most out of our time together. Obviously with a ton of new memories and wonderful laughs. Oh, and yes, some of these photos are shot with our amazing phones! But the memories more than make up for the image quality.We drop back to Boston on our final day after the wedding to catch our flights back and to squeeze a little more time together before we said our goodbyes. We walked around the big city and took a ton more photos, shared more jokes and a few tears.The absolute best part of the trip was meeting with my best friends. We all live in different parts of the country now: Oregon, California, Massachusetts & Maine respectively, so opportunities like this are hard to come by. Honestly, as much as I love taking a trip to New England with friends, I would love it just the same if we had another day in our old house in Massachusetts while we talk about how we were going to find our next model, the props we needed to buy or who was going to assist who in the next shoot. Until our next trip my Mass family. I love you all so much!