I'm a hopeless romantic who finds great joy in creating and capturing connection and beauty wherever I go.
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I must say–the fall colors at Mill Pond Park for Abby’s senior session did not disappoint! The fall colors feel like they’re late this year, but we still made the magic happen. 😉 There’s still plenty of red, orange, and yellow out there if you look hard enough! Abby is one of my cousins. I […]
It’s my favorite season! Fall, you ask? No–pumpkin spice! 😂 Hear me out! If you love both summer and fall, then I’m telling you…pumpkin spice season is where it’s at! We can enjoy all of the warm days, crisp nights, beach days, changing colors, apple everything, sweaters, tall boots, and of course, all the pumpkin […]
I just have to say… I loved this senior session at the Acton Arboretum so much for so many reasons! I’ve known Sarah’s mom, Krissy, for as long as I can remember. She’s a family friend, so I’ve been seeing her at Super Bowl parties and other events ever since basically forever. Even when I […]
Has anyone else already ordered their body weight in Starbucks pumpkin spice cold brews? No? Just me? Well…Fall is HERE, and I couldn’t be more excited about it! The crisp nights, sweaters, tall boots, apple crisp, pretty leaves. Ugh–what more can someone want?! This past weekend I had the honor of taking my “mini-me”, Nellie, […]
I don’t know about you, but 2019 has been a year of crazy highs and lows! I started Christine Hazel Photography in the spring, so of course, that was a high! I had so much fun this year documenting weddings, engagements, senior sessions, rehearsal dinners, and more. I’m also super grateful that I can document […]
I don’t know about you, but I seriously love fall. And this senior session with Kayla could not have been any better. We enjoyed the perfect New England foliage at Blackstone River State Park–the leaves were stunning, it was warm enough to not wear a jacket, but the best part of the entire session was […]