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Jay Peak Engagement Session // Exploring Waterfalls with M&S

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I am a chocolate lover, dog mom, avid fiction reader, exercise junkie, get-me-outside girl, and heart-driven photographer.

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This Jay Peak engagement session is one of my favorite shoots to date.

When choosing locations with my couples, I always suggest choosing somewhere that means something. Whether it is where you got engaged, a favorite hiking spot, or right in your cozy home, these places are the fabric of your life, and the best images happen when we’re capturing you and the person you love in a place you both love.

Monica’s family has been skiing at Jay Peak for her whole life, and this watering hole is one of their frequent stops when they head to their condo in the summer. We started the session in their backyard because we wanted some pics with their pup (obviously!) and then hopped in her Bronco and headed to their secret spot!

It was also a great chance to peek at where we’d be for their Jay Peak wedding the following year! An engagement shoot with your wedding photographer is such a good idea so you can get to know each other, get comfy in front of a camera, and build a connection early on.

Exploring Jay Peak Waterfalls

After skipping and climbing rocks, we took a walk downriver to a waterfall, then had some fun playing with the setting sun through the trees and running through the field to soak up the beginning of golden hour.

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I wasn't born with a camera in my hand and I haven't "wanted to be a photographer ever since I can remember." My passion for photography developed (a bit) later in my life and since then, I would consider it quite the obsession...

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