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I never intended to fall into the world of wedding photography with majors in fashion and food photography.  So, when my mother booked my first wedding back in 2003 - I was filled with fear and dread.  Attending an art school that focused more attention on commercial photography rather than wedding photography I had discounted becoming a wedding photographer. 

What I didn't realize until a few years into photographing weddings was that I could combine my love for fashion and food to create a really amazing body of work when documenting a wedding. Long gone are the days of stoic portraits or 80's shoulder pads and flowers on the train of a wedding dress, instead, the wedding photography trends moved into journalistic and fashion infused portraits with an emphasis on the details.  

Learning to combine my love of fashion, food, and the excitement and thrill of a wedding day have led me to work with an incredibly amazing group of clients. Clients who asked me to be part of one of the most important days of the lives and become more than a vendor, but an extension of their family and friends. We've been apart of events with guest lists of  7 to as many as 700, on beaches surrounded by the Caribbean sea, overlooking the harbor of Boston, to a small chapel in the middle of mountains in Pennsylvania.  

I've toyed with the idea of keeping weddings as part of my past, but there is something so magical and exciting about photographing a wedding and I am very pleased to announce that I will be accepting a limited number of photography bookings in the fall of 2017 and into 2018.


For availability and to discuss how you dream of having your wedding photographed please connect with me here. 



Amanda Kraft