Caroline grew up in the northern part of Sweden where the sun never sets during summertime and the northern lights play on the skies at night during the chilly winters. She was early on smitten by the art of photography and the concept of capturing moments in time and holding on to them forever. Combining her passion for photography with her unique surroundings, she learned to take advantage of that hazy natural light and beautiful foliage and incorporate it into her photographs, something that is consistently apparent in her wedding portraits. Her style is unobtrusive and candid as she captures the raw moments and emotions of people as they happen naturally. She moved from Sweden to Boston in 2011 and got her Bachelor of Science in Photography at The New England Institute of Art in Boston. Today she spends all her waking hours producing customized portrait art for clients throughout New England and the US.
My name is Jonathan, and I specialize in wedding, portrait, and engagement photography in Boston and throughout Greater New England. I love the travel, variety, and challenges that come from shooting weddings and family events. The beach, the woods, a fine hotel, family and friends all together: they all offer exciting ways to experience the big days of your life. But everyone knows these special days can also be chaotic and stressful. That’s where I come in! My goal is to help you relax and enjoy your celebration while I capture the moments you’ll treasure for a lifetime. I currently live in beautiful Stow, Massachusetts, with my wife and son. My passion for photography began at age fifteen when I started shooting and developing my own black and white images. For over thirty years, I’ve continued to hone my skills and exhibit my work regionally. In 2006, I graduated from Boston University's Professional Photography Program, and I now concentrate exclusively in wedding and fine art photography.
Reba has been a Professional Photographer since 2001 – she graduated from Boston University with a degree in Photojournalism and Spanish. For 10 years Reba worked as a staff photographer at The Daily Item Newspaper in MA. We just love her photo journalistic style that is filled with sensitivity and catches the candor of emotion that happens during the most important day of your life – your Wedding Day. Reba has won national awards from Popular Photography Magazine, the National Press Photographer's Association, and has been named "Best of Wedding Photographers" from projectwedding.com Reba loves weddings and making you the bride and groom feel relaxed, have fun and bringing out the best in you. There is nothing more rewarding than capturing the love you have for one another, your friends and family - this is so evident on your wedding day. Reba's style is full of romance and emotion, combining a blend of fine art and documentary approaches to create unique and beautiful images that can be enjoyed for years to come.
His style is to capture the passion, tears of joy and laughter of you, your families and guests with minimal direction. In his spare time he enjoys trail running, water skiing and volunteering for different organizations.He studied film at the University of Texas in Austin and graduated from Hallmark Institute of Photography.
Merri has worked as a commercial and fine art photographer for over 20 years in NYC, and recently relocated to the lovely town of Westport, Massachusetts. Primarily focused on portraiture of musicians and artists, her clients include Apple, Columbia Records, Sony, Warner Brothers, Verve, Polygram, Rolling Stone, People, Spin and New York Times among many others. She continues her work photographing artists and feels that her focus in documenting weddings is an extension of her editorial work - looking to authentically document the moments as they happen and be as unobtrusive as possible. She also likes to take time with the bride and groom to create beautiful environmental portraits. While most of the images throughout the day are photo documentary in style, during the portrait session she is happy to help with some guidance. Ultimately Merri feels that by creating a comfortable rapport with her subjects, they can create beautiful photographs together.