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"Working with Bailey was a pleasure!
My wedding day would not have been the day it was without her.
She found a way to be a calm voice during my very hectic morning/afternoon wedding and took initiative to make sure all the shots I had requested were completed. My own mother won't stop talking about how positive and polite she was towards all of my guests as well. My pictures came out beautifully and I have no regrets booking such an amazing talent."
- Niksha & Corey, NYC
I am a wedding photographer based in New England specializing in intimate weddings & elopements. My style is creative & photojournalistic, with a moody edge. I make a living crashing epic parties & creating authentic imagery for
PASSIONATE LOVERS & ADVENTUROUS SOULS.
I focus on candid & meaningful moments, keeping the vibe playful & fun. My couples value creating & preserving memories, are madly in love, and aren't afraid to get their clothes dirty.
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