May 2007

Weddings30 May 2007 07:34 am

I love it when I get a wedding in my backyard - especially when the bride and groom are so much fun! Patty and Chris were married on Sunday in Worcester, Ma. We started the day at Worcester’s Union Station, where we arranged a private moment for Patty and Chris to see each other for the first time. Then we joined the rest of the family and wedding party and took all of the posed formals - before the ceremony. Then on to Our Lady of Mount Carmel church, the bride in her limo, the groom and groomsmen in a caravan of 5 classic Chevelles (I’m a sucker for cool cars). After the ceremony we headed to the Old Stone Church in West Boylston for more photos of the new bride and groom, then on to the Manor in West Boylston for the exciting reception. It was a full day…and a total blast!

There are a few more photos from the wedding here:

Uncategorized28 May 2007 11:13 pm

I bought my first real digital camera back in 2002…a 2 megapixel Canon A40. At the time I was traveling a lot for business, and wanted to take photos of the places I visited to send back to Melanie at home. Little did I know the passion for photography that would be fueled by that camera!

Anyway, this is one of the first photos I took with the A40. We were living in Worcester, just a few blocks away from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The fountain in the ceter of campus was one of Maya’s favorite cooling off spots on a hot summer day.

This week I had a rare Saturday off, so we decided to let Maya relive her puppy days and visit the WPI fountain once again. And of course, we knew that Luke would love it!

And the rest of the adventure is here:

Weddings23 May 2007 10:19 am

Stacey and Billy were high school sweethearts, and on Saturday they committed to stay that way for the rest of their lives! So after the ceremony at the beautiful St Margaret’s in Lowell, we made a stop at Chelmsford High School (where they met) to take a few photos. From there we moved on to the Wedgewood Pines Country Club in Stowe, for an evening of fun and dancing.

There are a few more photos from the wedding here:

Weddings17 May 2007 04:04 pm

Errin White comes from a family of celebrities. Her father is Boston Celtics basketball legend Jojo White, and her brother is the film and television actor Brian J. White.

But it was Errin and Samer who were the stars of the show on Friday. Their wedding took place at the beautiful Christ Church Unity in Brookline, with an elegant reception at the Longwood Club (part of the prestigious Veronique venue). Not only were Errin and Samer supermodel gorgeous, but they invited a fun group of folks to dance the night away with them.

There are a few more photos from the wedding here:

Weddings17 May 2007 12:49 pm

My 2006 wedding season started with a really fun couple at a gorgeous location. Jessi and Heath got married at the Scituate Country Club in Scituate MA. I was very excited when they told me that they had set aside an hour for us to go take photos at the Scituate Lighthouse. Typically, the more time I have to spend with a couple, the more spontaneous and creative we can be - and Saturday was no exception! Here are a few from our outing:

There are a few more photos from the wedding here:

Uncategorized17 May 2007 10:57 am

Hi family and friends (even those I haven’t met yet)…welcome to my blog.  This blog is here as a way for me to keep you all updated with the goings on of Jamison Wexler Photography, and the Jamison Wexler family.  I’ll do my best to keep it up to date with fun and exciting goings on…so pull up a chair and bookmark the link.  Leave a comment if you’d like…

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