These two have the coolest loft apartment in Boston. If you like the blog Apartment Therapy, you’d be happy as a clam to score as sweet a place.
Spacious for art canvases lining the walls and cozy lived in touches that make even a practical stranger (me) feel not so strange. That’s what engagement sessions do, I get a crash course on what makes this couple, a couple in love. We started off at the homestead, a snapshots of the kitty and then off to Haymarket Square for some fruit shopping, the North End for some cannoli taste testing and even some impromptu dancing – my favorite!! You’re going to have to practice that Wedding First Dance sometime!
Our night ended with some light writing. I previewed a little bit of it here last week.
He’s quite the juggler! And a good purchaser of engagement rings!
Sometimes I’ll make some weirdo suggestions, “Why don’t you use the lemons as eyes?”
Really it’s to get that laughing reaction shot. You can’t fake laughing – Lord knows my jokes aren’t good enough.
Mike’s Pastry is my personal choice for a cannoli on Hanover Street.
I love the string used to tie the boxes and how it hangs from the ceiling.
But then there’s that moment when you get out on the street and the urge to get your paws on that sweet piece of pastry turns…. animalistic.
This dancing…. completely all them. I just snapped away.
We were cabbing it back home, almost wrapping our shoot and I saw this little touch of spring outside the Children’s Museum
and yelled out “Stop the Cab”. Glad we did because we were looking for a little more greenery and the light was fading.
But we actually didn’t stop when the light was gone. We created our own in the near pitch dark out by Castle Island.
They’re pretty talented with a flashlight!