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The Best of 2018

Every year, we assign a one-word resolution for our business as a focus and motivation. The word this year was growth. Photographing 22 weddings and 3 elopements from March to December in eight states, we had both our busiest and most traveled year as a company. One of the biggest things Jeff and I focused on was fine-tuning our individual styles to further compliment each other and provide each client with a vibrant, varied body of work. Jeff found a unique voice during the portrait sessions while I worked on finding elegance in minimalism in both candids and details.

To further the quality of our work and relationships with each couple, we expanded our trips to Boston, New York, and DC, visiting almost every one of our couples before their wedding days to get brunch, drinks, or explore their city. This was a highlight of the year- forging long-lasting friendships and helping each other become even more comfortable and acquainted with the fabulous people we photograph. When our couples open their lives up to us, we see the unique ways they incorporate their personalities into their celebrations, and love finding those otherwise looked-over moments.

I don’t think we’ve ever laughed so much and been so excited to look at images after each wedding- we’re so grateful to each one of our clients who give us these incredible opportunities and pushed us to become better photographers and people. We can’t wait to see how this continues in 2019!

The Best of 2017

2017 was a year of incredible growth for Jeff and me and this wonderful little company. In the fall of 2016 we realized that Two Of Us had grown bigger and faster than we had ever expected, and I left my full-time job as a newspaper photographer to give each wedding more time and attention.

This was our first full year with me running the business full-time, and the whole year was more relaxing, rewarding, and inspiring for us as a business. We photographed 21 weddings this year- our biggest year yet! Throughout the year we delved more into our photographic and business style, realizing that couples crave both our artful documentary style and the way we strive to get to know each couple we work with before we photograph their wedding. We were also thrilled to be recognized by the international organization Wedding Photojournalists Association for some of our photos. 

This year was also a huge year for us personally. We finished building our energy-efficient, timber-frame house that we worked together to design and build. It's been a joy to settle into a place to call all our own (If you want to read about our process, check out this article recently published in Vermont's Seven Days:

As for the weddings themselves? We found ourselves constantly in awe of each couple we worked with (seriously, we got super lucky this year with awesome people) who made their wedding their own, drama-free, joy-filled day. And now, we'll let the photos do the rest of the filling in.