I am a wife, a daughter, a sister and a friend. I like to have fun and try to never take myself too seriously. I don’t know what I would do in life without my husband, Eric, or Starbucks ice coffee. Fire-pits make my heart happy along with prosecco and craft beer. I love a good adventure or just enjoying the little things in life.
I am the definition of an extrovert. I love meeting new people and turning strangers into friends. To me, one of the most important parts of photography is having a good client/photographer relationship. By the time my clients are in front of my camera I want them to feel like they have known me for years. Every couple is unique and I love getting to know them so I can tell their story through the images that I capture. My goal is for my couples, their friends and their family’s to have a fun stress-free experience. I like to keep things simple. My style of photography is relaxed making for natural and real photos. I love to honestly document stories just as they were. I am blessed to do what I do and I am so honored to be a part of such an intimate day. There is no better feeling than allow someone see the side of themselves that everyone else sees. But, the thing I love most is being able to freeze time and allow you to live precious moments of your life over and over for years to come. If you are interested in being a Molly Anne Photography bride contact me!
I don’t know where I would be without my family. They are my everything. I cherish every second I have with them. My dad is Molly Anne Photography’s biggest cheerleader and my mom is pretty close behind him. I am who I am today because of them. Besides Eric, they are the first people I call when I have good or bad news. My brother (bro-love) has been so supportive of me. We grew up best friends and remain that way. It wasn’t always perfect, but what matters is that we have each others backs. Whether I make him help me move or I call him to chat about the Red Sox, he always picks up the phone. I am seriously so grateful for them.
Eric and I got married in August of 2014. BEST DAY OF MY LIFE. I knew within the first year of meeting Eric that we would get married. What I didn’t know was that it would take him 4.5 years to pop the question. To this day I still get butterflies when he comes home from work. He calms me down when I am out of wack. He has dinner waiting for me when I am shooting late at night. He warms my side of the bed when its cold. He brings me Starbucks when I am getting ready for weddings. The best part about Eric, is that he lets me fully be me. I’m not perfect. I can be annoying. I worry about EVERYTHING. I get anxious at the drop of a hat. He gets me and loves me not just for the good but also for my flaws. Those flaws make me the person I am and he loves me for them. He just makes me a better person.
Oh man. I LOVE ANIMALS. We have the coolest dog, Tiller and cat, CeeCee. Tiller is a human stuck in a dogs body. Hes probably the coolest dog I have ever met. My parents tell us we need to have kids so we stop treating Tiller like one. Hes a 52 pound Vizsla who thinks he is a cat. CeeCee is a new addition to the family and is pretty awesome and loves to play with tennis balls. These two make me smile so much!
People always ask me what I do during the slow season. My answer is “I ski”. I am going to be honest… I like to ski, but I love to Apre Ski. Eric and I have a house in Bethel, Maine where we spend our weekends skiing Sunday River. Every weekend we are surrounded with friends and family who all come up. Skiing brings everyone together. Some of my favorite memories have been made from our weekends up North. It is so relaxing and beautiful up there. Its the simplicity of life that I need. Am I a good skier? No, but the feeling of being on a quiet trail cruising down the mountain is so peaceful. And lets be real… grabbing beer, nachos and wings after a day of skiing is the absolute best part. Who doesn’t love Suds Pub and the Matterhorn?
I love getting away. Whether its for a long weekend, a week or two weeks. Eric and I try to get away a few times of year. During my busy season I am gone A LOT. When I am home I am on the computer editing and answering emails more than I should be. When we go away its just us. No computer, no email, just time with Eric, friends and family! From Hawaii, sailing around the British Virgin Islands, exploring Charleston SC, to sitting on a beach for a week on Block Island I love them all the same because its time well spent with the people I love the most.