“This was one of the best investments we made. I still cry every time, I’m so glad we have this in a much better form than simply a memory. She was easy to work with, reasonably priced and did the most amazing editing I could have ever imagined.”

Peter, Father of the Bride 

The Importance of Creative Education on The Confetti Hour Podcast

Brea McDonald and I started Relevant Workshop as a way to bring all creative wedding professionals together for a day of inspiration, education, and engagement which will elevate our wedding industry and strive to keep us relevant in our craft.   We were honored to be interveiwed

Boston Wedding Featured on Modern Luxury Weddings

Fun to see Brendan & Jim's wedding featured in Modern Luxury Weddings Boston! They have a great story and contagious energy! You can watch it all unfold, here. A special shout out to all the vendors who made it happen in particular The Studio Nouveau! Filmed on location

Featured in Rangefinder Magazine

Honoured to be one of three female filmmakers interviewed in the June “Filmmaking” issue of Rangefinder Magazine!  You can read the full article online, here.  Thanks to Barrie Fisher Photo for the image of me filming on Lake Champlain for the article.    

Boston Planners Dining Club at the White Barn Inn

The Boston Planners Dining Club hosted a joint event with the White Barn Inn in Kennebunkport, Maine. This was a perfect way to immerse planners and decision makers into a full White Barn event experience, which included a rare five-course AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five

Relevant Workshop 2019

Relevant Workshop year four at The View at Pepperrell Cove was amazing! My co-captain Brea McDonald (of Brea McDonald Photography) and I are hearing from people about the impact it had on them and I am truly grateful to all those who participated.   We created this workshop as a way

Boston Wedding Film

This amazing Boston love story has an emotional first look that will melt your heart. After briefly meeting years before, fate brought them together again. Jim just "knew" and said "I'm going to marry him"