Along for the ride of the greatest adventure

October 26, 2017  •  5 Comments
A little over a week ago, Cala, Matt, and I set on our adventure to the Adirondack Mountains to shoot their engagement session at a well known lookout, Indian Head. It’s not too difficult of a hike, but it was about 9 miles round trip and including shooting time, I spent about 6 hours with them in almost complete solitude. I have known Cala + Ma...
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Kyle + Brittany’s Irish engagement, perfectly unplanned.

July 12, 2017  •  2 Comments
About a week ago Frank and I got together with Britt and Kyle to grab dinner to talk wedding (EEEEKKK!), and catch up, seeing as we hadn’t seen them since our two week excursion through Ireland and Gent, back in March. And that’s what has brought me to this better-late-than-never blog post. If you didn’t already know or couldn’t guess by the title...
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At home newborn session + meeting Andie Charlotte

December 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Hi all, and Happy end of 2016! I thought I would ring in the New Year with a new bundle of joy and a reminder on my newborn sessions and how they work. I made a post about this last year to my Facebook page, Bridget McDonald Photography, but thought I would reiterate because I have been getting a lot of inquiries on newborn sessions! The post wa...
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Meg & Cal’s engagement in New Hampshire, the importance of travel, and having rainy sessions

November 01, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Hi Guys! Welcome to November and my latest blog post. Last week my boyfriend, Frank, and I traveled to Portsmouth New Hampshire so I could photograph Meg and Cal’s engagement. I actually have known Meg for probably around ten years. She grew up neighboring my hometown. Same friends circle, and we even traveled to Europe in 2008 together to play soc...
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The small town wedding that hosted the really big love. Danica + Nash, married in Cambridge, NY

October 17, 2016  •  1 Comment
Cambridge, New York is a small town nestled in a valley right on the Vermont border. When I say small, I mean a one stop light-one coffee shop town that if you don’t see someone you know at either, you’re probably not from here. The town that we said we would never come back to in our adolescent years, only to find out we would want to grow old a f...
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