I’m both excited and honored to have a few images I took for Furbish Studio in the latest issue of domino! Last summer before the magazine officially announced its return in the fall, Jessica, my friend at Furbish, told me two bits of amazing news. First, domino – everyone’s favorite shelter magazine that folded in 2009 – was returning (!) and second, some of my photos of a Furbish project we all adored would be appearing in the spring issue. I was sworn to secrecy, as no one was supposed to know that domino was relaunching, and somehow I made it to the fall without telling my mother or my sister.
If you haven’t picked up a copy of the spring issue, be sure to do so! I’d like to think I’m not too biased, but it truly is a great issue with so much inspiration. A special thanks to Jamie + Jessica at Furbish for inviting me to be a part of one of the best photo shoots yet! Check out Jamie’s blog (if you aren’t reading it already!) for more photos from this teen bedroom.
I was tickled to receive a few fun press mentions in some of my favorite New England wedding publications this winter. Annie & Mike’s stunning Waldoboro wedding was featured in Maine Magazine’s weddings issue and I had a few photos in the latest issue of Real Maine Weddings, including a shoot with none other than the talented Annie Watson - of Annie & Mike. What fun! Also, some detail shots of a wedding I collaborated with Sarah Goodwin on a few years ago – Lauren & Stephen’s Kingfield wedding – made their way into WellWed.
How fortunate am I to be able to work with such wonderful clients and talented vendors who make all of these weddings look exceptional? Thanks, friends!
Design*Sponge was one of the very first blogs I started reading on a regular basis shortly after we moved to Maine over five years ago. It quickly became one of the sites I looked forward to checking daily and when I became addicted to Google Reader (RIP) it was naturally one of the first blogs I added to my subscriptions. My love for Design*Sponge must have been evident to my family, as one Christmas holiday both my mother and my sister gifted me the Design*Sponge at Home book!
Having my photos appear on D*S was high on the list of goals I made once I decided to start branching out from shooting weddings only. And wouldn’t you know, I was able to check that goal off this week – another shoot with Furbish Studio appeared on Design*Sponge on Monday and I couldn’t have been happier about it. Jamie’s assistant, Keila, and her husband live in one of the most vibrant, beautifully unique homes I’ve ever visited. Take a peek at the post here.
Don’t you love their dogs? You can follow Izzie on Instagram!
What fun it was to be a part of this project – one of Portland’s most anticipated new restaurants, Central Provisions! I met Chris & Paige Gould last winter at an event organized by the Portland Hunt & Alpine Club and was beside myself with excitement when they asked me to take some images for their restaurant that opened earlier this month. The quality of the food at Central Provisions is exceptional – easily one of our very favorites in town right now – the space is truly beautiful, and the bold branding by Might & Main couldn’t be more fitting.
Take a peek at even more Central Provisions goodness on my portfolio site here.
This was such an extraordinary wedding! Annie & Mike were married at Annie’s family’s beautiful historic property in Waldoboro, Maine – Glenhurst. It was a terribly soggy morning, but once it was time for the ceremony, the rain ceased and the sun even made an appearance. Annie & Mike were married underneath a sail that belonged to Annie’s grandmother, overlooking the Medomak River. Their adorable dog, Otis, played a prominent role in the celebration in his adorable bow tie that matched the rest of the groomsmen and Mike. Everything under the tent was, in a word, perfect – all expertly designed and coordinated by Annie herself, too! For more photos, take a peek at their feature in the weddings issue of Maine Magazine!
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Private Residence in Waldoboro, Maine. Event Planning & Design: A. Watson Design. Catering: Trillium Caterers. Flowers: A. Watson Design & Seasons Downeast. Tent & Lighting: Sperry. Videographer: Morgan Kirkham, Real Wedding Films. Rentals: One Stop. Gown: Daniel Faucher Couture. Music: Wyatt McLean & Gage Lyons; Freestyle. Stationery: Ileana Appleton. Hair: Kim Doll. Makeup: Beauty Mark Spa.