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Jennifer and Brad

When Jennifer and Brad asked me to shoot their wedding atop Mt. Greylock at Bascom Lodge, I was psyched. Of all the venues I shoot at, being on top of a mountain has a very special feel to it, and Mt. Greylock has spectacular views in all directions, and a cozy lodge feel to it that is unique. These are just a few of the “Sneak Peek” photos I sent to them as I was editing. Congrats Jennifer and Brad!

Liz and Julie

When Liz and Julie contacted me about shooting their ceremony at the Old First Church here in Bennington last October I was really looking forward to it. Growing up in Bennington, Vermont, I had driven by that church literally thousands of times, but had never gone inside. The small ceremony was beautiful and the brides were glowing in the late afternoon autumnal light among the leaves, trees, and beautiful church as a backdrop.

 

Jessica and Dan’s Jiminy Peak Wedding

I had been looking forward to Jess and Dan’s wedding for a while, and when Jessica told me she had chosen the ceremony venue at Jiminy Peak Resort‘s mountain summit, I couldn’t wait to shoot it. The guys drove up their Jeeps in the morning and everyone was going to take the chair lift up for the ceremony. Shooting on a chairlift was a first for me and we were blessed with a warm and sunny day in late September and the views were breathtaking. Here are but a few of my favorites…

Photo by Tobias Gelston

Michelle and Sebastian

Michelle and Sebastian had beautiful weather and gorgeous views for their wedding last weekend at the Warfield House Inn in Charlemont, MA. I’m wrapping up the edits and wanted to post a few of my favorites.

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A wedding in Chinatown

When Kit Young asked me if I would like to shoot her wedding in Chinatown I was really psyched. I hadn’t been to Chinatown in lower Manhattan since I was a little boy with my dad, who brought me there one magical night during a Chinese New Year and I will never forget the fireworks. So when Kit mentioned it almost a year ago, I couldn’t wait to do this shoot. It was a really hot and humid day in the city and right as I got to the parking garage it started to downpour. But eventually the rain passed and I got to meet Jia’s family and some of their friends and we began the start of the day of preparations and celebration. The traditional Chinese seafood dinner (over a dozen courses) was amazing and the party was a memorable one. Congrats Kit and Jia!

Getting ready in a very busy salon in Chinatown

Almost ready...

Jia and Kit walking down a back alley in the heart of Chinatown

(L-R) Vienna, Kit, Jia, and Brian at the South Street Seaport with the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges in the background.

Let the celebration begin!

Scallops and cabbage in a sweet sauce

Shark fin soup

One of the many toasts during the ceremonial "tea"

Wedding Bells

The wedding season is officially underway for Greg Nesbit Photography. I had a great time shooting Kitty and Whit’s wedding at the beautiful Gateway’s Inn in Lenox, MA the other night. We were able to capture the last of the beautiful weather last week as the spring warmth melted the last of the snow and we were able to sneak outside for a few shots following the ceremony. It’s so nice having evening light again. I’m feverishly prepping the galleries now, and hope to post more photos soon.

Mr. and Mrs. Farnum 3-20-10