Taylor and Matt have that special something together. They share those looks, those touches, that just can’t be faked or forced. They made photographing them totally magical, and the setting didn’t hurt: we had the run of Matt’s multi-generational family farm on a gorgeous Fall day.
We gushed over the possibilities of their outdoor engagement session when we originally talked on zoom. They were each excited about specific features of the land—they told me that in addition to the gorgeous Fall foliage, there were broken-down, rusted cars, a big old school bus, tractor parts and aging farm equipment, and all other manner of cool, rusty stuff surrounded by dozens of acres of woods. It sounded like a photographer’s gold mine.
And let me tell you: it—and THEY—did not disappoint. They were so open and vulnerable with me, allowing me a brief window into their very sweet love. Their generosity is honestly what stuck with me the most: they generously invited me to traipse across this gorgeous Massachusetts family land, and they generously allowed me an authentic view of their relationship. Chef’s kiss. It was so much fun. I think I ran these two ragged, but damn was it worth it.