Amanda and Storm came up to Boston, Massachusetts from Florida to work with me on their couples photos! They were looking to really embrace the charm of New England in its fall prime. They specifically were looking for colorful trees, old architecture, and anything that just looked completely different from Florida. I think we accomplished that!
When I showed Amanda the photos I took from this elopement, she exclaimed that it was exactly what she wanted. So the day of the couples session, we headed to First Church in Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts. From there, we walked down Marlborough Street and headed to the Boston Public Library. Then we ended the session at Trinity Church with an amazing skyline view. We packed in as much architecture, leaves, brick sidewalks, and cobblestones as possible. Even all the rain added a certain Boston-specific feel.
The Back Bay is a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, located near the Boston Common and Beacon Hill, east of the Charles River Esplanade and west of Downtown Boston. It is so named because it was the “back bay” of Boston when the city was first laid out in 1630 due to its location behind Beacon Street (now part of Washington Street). It is also a shopping destination and home to some of Boston’s tallest office buildings (which are located close to the smaller towers of the Financial District).
Thank you so much to Amanda and Storm for choosing me for their Back Bay, Boston couples photos! We had an amazing time and you have just been dream clients from the start. I appreciate you so much!!