Rebekah & Alex were married at Cranwell Resort. I’ve photographed a Cranwell Resort Berkshires wedding before, and it was a beautiful space to celebrate with your loved ones. (The venue has now changed ownership and is under renovations. I’m looking forward to seeing how they transform the space into the new Miraval Berkshires.)
This places me among WeddingWire’s top 5% of wedding professionals, for yet another year! Every time I get the email notifying me of this year’s award, it puts a smile on my face. Winners are selected based on 5 star client reviews and heartfelt testimonials, which means feedback from couples like YOU is what makes my company stand out.
I’ve been a wedding photographer for the past 15 years, and I’ve developed a lot of knowledge in how to make your wedding an easy-flowing day. Recently, I asked couples I’ve worked with to get their expert wedding insights, too. I wanted to know the wisdom that they gained while planning their special day.
I love weddings in the Berkshires. Berkshire County, Massachusetts is in beautiful Western MA and has become a well-known choice for a destination wedding. I like to think I was ahead of the curve – Nel and I were married at Seven Hills Inn ten years ago. =) After photographing couples getting married in the Berkshires for several years, I just keep adding to the list of reasons why you should have a Berkshire wedding.
Becca & David’s wedding took place at Canterbury Farm in Becket, MA. It was my first time shooting at Canterbury Farm, and I took the back roads from my from my family’s cabin — from one end of Becket to the other, just a few minutes through the woods.