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Find your light


Photography for lovestruck, old souls

I’m Gill, your Connecticut-based wedding and portrait photographer. I create timeless, nostalgic photos that capture and preserve the rare connections between big-hearted humans, exactly as they are. I’m calling all sappy, eccentric and unconventional couples who like to challenge the status quo and celebrate loudly.

My jam

When I’m not photographing weddings, you can find me working with small, local businesses, crafting images that organically represent their outside-the-box brands.

My Work

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Recent Work

Film grain, subtle movements, gentleness, laughing your ass off, true-to-life color with a little vintage edge, classic b&w magic, a moment frozen in time, queer love, simple pleasures, the littlest details. Feel inspired and indulge in the stories told by these images.

Take a peek

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you and me

I seek to make every person feel radiant behind the camera – in their most honest form – especially those who do not feel represented in mainstream photography. This means leaning into the vulnerability of being photographed and truly tapping into your superpowers.

Building trusting relationships with my clients is my #1 priority so they feel comfortable and cared for during their sessions. I’m a friend before I’m a photographer, and I’m dedicated to making my clients feel seen, listened to, and most importantly – empowered.
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Your experience over everything

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Kind Words

Gill made us feel special & at ease on our day and flawlessly captured our love. These photos hold so much FEELING & we will cherish each shot for the rest of our lives. She exceeded our expectations & delivered the exact vision we had in mind.

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what are they saying

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