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New England Wedding Photographer Jessica McHale

My favorite moments on a wedding day? The ones where a couple sigh and feel completely comfortable with each other.  Laughter — of anyone, anywhere!  Black and white portraits.  Quiet, honest moments.  And anything where people are hugging, celebrating, or dancing! Details, portraits, unexpected moments and must-have photos…. I’ve got your back on all of it.

I chose this profession because I believe in love; I believe in who it makes us and how it changes us. I believe that finding a person who wants to stand with you through every moment of this crazy life is a thing that really should be celebrated. And, of course, captured in photographs!

The human connection and keeping track of all of the complex relationships on a wedding day can certainly be challenging.  It’s also an amazing opportunity, one that only happens once, to capture the complexity of all of those relationships.  It’s a pretty amazing thing to be a part of.  It’s an exceptional honor to capture it.  It’s an honor to be asked to photograph each and every wedding, and has been since 2001.

Each wedding gallery that is delivered is a diverse collection of images that tell stories and share details of your wedding day. Every client’s balance is different, and each image has a purpose.

Proud to be a New England wedding photographer, Cape Cod wedding photographer, Newport wedding photographer, Boston wedding photographer, Connecticut wedding photographer, and southern NH wedding photographer.

“Jessica was my only choice for a photographer. Clearly, there were MANY other options, but after seeing her work and talking with her about her approach, there was no decision to make. I knew she would be the best! She listened to what my husband and I were looking for and delivered! She captured each unique moment and chronicled every detail with creativity without being intrusive. I’m so glad I have such amazing photos to look back on our day! Thank you Jessica!”