A couple of months ago, I received my first piece of "fan mail" about my photography. It was from Molly Bergeron, another aspiring photographer who had a lot of questions about breaking into the field. To be honest, I'm not sure if I ever answered any of her questions, since they were a lot of the same ones I have myself :) But we got to talking and e-mailing, and I invited her on some shoots I was doing. Now, there's no one I would rather shoot with (okay, not true... I'd trade her in for Jasmine... sorry Moll!). She is inredibly talented, and we have so much fun shooting together that I wish we lived closer so we could do it more often. Now, when I first met Molly, we had an e-mail discussion about how much we both hated being photographed. Molly literally sent me this picture, telling me this is what her wedding picture would look like:
Molly just launched her new website and wanted to have some pictures for the "About Me" section. We did a family session together on Castle Island yesterday, so we met about an hour before they came and I took some shots of Molly, who begged me to tell her if she was at any time looking "ape-ish". Um, hi, are you kidding me, Cindy Crawford?!?!. I think the fact that I had about 70 favorite pictures from the day proves that her wedding pictures will not resemble the picture posted above :)
We were walking around Castle Island and Molly said "Should I climb this tree?" I turned around to answer and she was already up it. She climbs like a squirrel.
This next one might be my favorite from the day. I think it's cute because I see Molly's expression and the skyline of Boston, and I think how someday she will take Boston by storm with her awesome photography!
I love this one too. The wind was blowing her hair all perfect and she's all Cindy Crawford, but I really love it because it's so Molly- she's always laughing!
Okay so I love these too.
I just thought this old run down monument was so cool. Especially these stairs, because it feels like there should be a door here...it's just such a funky building.
I'll end with what I think was Molly's favorite for the day: