This may seem odd, but I don't see myself as a wedding photographer. I have photographed more weddings than I can count in over twenty years. But I'm not a "Wedding Photographer". I like to think of myself as a documentary photographer. Wedding photojournalism is also a term that is used quite a bit these days. But I was doing it before it had a name. I don't show up with a list to check off. I don't spend my time spreading your jewelry on the floor, hanging your dress in the woods or arranging your rings delicately on flower petals. But I'm always looking for something.
Throughout the day I tend to place my attention primarily on the people. Parents, siblings, old & new friends. Laughing, hugging, crying & dancing. No formula, no plan. I observe & react to the unscripted play unfolding in front of me. And I go wherever the story leads.
If you'd like me to tell your story, reach out soon
“Mark captured our wedding so thoroughly, thoughtfully & creatively. He was very sensitive to the moment and gracefully moved in and around the ceremony & celebration with an eye for joy. We were so lucky to have had Mark document our most favorite day!”
—Kate & Jim
““My fiancé and I were very nervous to be the center of attention on our wedding day in Acadia, but Mark made us feel so comfortable! He was friendly and professional all while climbing around the tops of mountains, he really went above and beyond for us. Mark captured the essence of the day and our pictures are stunning, we couldn’t be happier!””
—Alexis & Chris
“I cannot speak highly enough about Mark. His documentary style photography was exactly what we were looking for ! He is very professional, kind & talented. He photographed moments that I had no idea he was around for and I am truly thankful we found him. He took all the group photos that our families wanted but also catered to our desire for truly candid photos. Our wedding was in Rindge NH & he came 4 hours from Maine to photograph it. I highly recommend Mark”
—Molly & Nick