Jim and Michelle are the perfect pair. She’s energetic and bubbly and he’s cool and collected, its the cutest. They spent most of their love story in Rhode Island, so naturally they love wine and water. What a better way to spend an engagement session that enjoying a glass (or a few) at Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard, then heading to a small private beach in Little Compton Rhode Island.
Fun fact: In 1975, Sakonnet Vineyards was the first winery in the Rhode Island to start up since before Prohibition. The founders had done their research, and realized that the climate of Southeastern New England was quite similar to many of the cooler wine growing regions around the world!
The blue shirt, amazing eyes, pink lips and all the greenery- love it.
I love it when clients choose to add a save the date video to their engagement session, and I love working with Dave (my other 1/2) & the Harris Films crew but it drives me nuts when he leaves his glidecam right in the middle of my shot, typical. 😉 If you haven’t checked out their teaser Flash Film, check it out here.
This barn was really cool. Again, I’m loving the colors!
Another Tacori girl <3 I’m a sucker for that ring shot!
Post-Wine shoot, we took a little trip down to the water to walk along this private beach. I loved the old boats and rocky shore. Totally a New England feel. These two are getting married on the Cape so to finish here was fitting.
Gimme that sunset.
Thanks to Jim and Michelle for such an amazing session. Despite the windy weather, it was absolutely perfect. Cant wait for your wedding!