Engagement Photography in the Back Bay with Dan and Megan

Usually when we book clients for their weddings we meet at least once.  With Dan and Megan I didn't get to meet them until they came to Boston for a short trip and our engagement shoot.  We had a blast, starting with a quick beer in the Back Bay and then out to the streets to shoot.  Here are a few sneaks from the shoot as well as their story. 

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How did you two meet?  On the internet. That's not weird anymore, right?

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Tell us the proposal story~

While walking out the door en route to a Saturday night dinner, Dan asked Megan to wait while he grabbed something to show her before they left -- a valet ticket from their first date that he had (supposedly) just found. Megan stared at the ticket, amazed that he'd kept it for almost three years, when Dan pulled a ring out of his pocket and asked her to marry him. Megan can't remember much else, other than saying yes.

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What details are you most excited about for your wedding?

We're excited about the venue, which is Dan's alma mater. We're excited about all our vendors (especially Christian and Melissa). And we're excited to dance the night away with all of our favorite people. Oh, and we're pretty psyched to marry each other, too.

Where are you getting married?  The Roxbury Latin School (West Roxbury, MA)

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What look were you going for in your engagement session?  We wanted a look that captured both the urbane aesthetic of Boston and our casual, jovial dynamic.

Do you have any tips or advice for couples getting ready for their session?  Be yourselves, don't think too much, and have fun with it!

How was your overall session experience?

We truly enjoyed spending time with Christian before (and during) the session; he made us feel comfortable, which made the experience that much more fun. Not only did he come prepared with a vision for the shoot that mirrored our own, he guided us from start to finish while executing that vision.