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    Tucker Photography offers exquisite artistry, the highest level of professionalism, all with an irresistibly friendly demeanor. Recommended by the top planners and wedding venues in Boston and beyond. In business for over 15 years.

    "I've had the great privilege of witnessing the most special moments in people's lives. These moments are my artistic muse and inspiration. My wish is to reflect this beauty back to those who shared it with me. This photographic creation, born from enthusiastic appreciation then becomes a part of the family legacy and history of my clients. To me this is truly awesome!! I would love the opportunity to photograph your beautiful event, please give me a call!"

  • David Tucker is, in our opinion, one of the most polished, experienced and highly regarded photographers in the Boston area. His ability to educate and guide the clients throughout the entire process is second to none, and the quality of his finished work is extraordinary. We proudly recommend David to our clients because we know that we can rely on his knowledge and expertise when dealing with our clients.

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Caroline’s parent’s support, commitment, and outpouring of generosity for their daughter was impressive and inspiring. It was heartening for me to see Caroline filled with a strong commitment toward high ideals, in fact she seems wiser and more mature than her years. But make no mistake, this family knows how to party and have a great time too!! Seeing her dad dancing with such incredible fire makes me want to get on a work out plan right away!! I was grateful to be their artistic witness on Caroline’s special day. Please enjoy a few of my favorites in this slideshow.

Thanks also to Hopple Popple for doing an amazing job on the coordination and planning.

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It was a busy family weekend that included some time at the Wake up the Earth Festival in Jamaica Plain. I have a spot of nostalgia for my old neighborhood in Boston where I lived for many years before heading up to the North Shore. This year, the 31st year of the festival, was the first year they had a wonderful mini circus. I loved the small “haimishe” down home feeling to the whole event. There was also an artist dressed as, and posing as a sculpture of “Rosie the Riveter” from the WW2 era posters. She was absolutely still as a stone for hours, except when someone dropped a donation into her can, and she would robotically move and blow a kiss, and make the motions to secure another rivet, then resume her pose.

I have one shot from the Cambridge Mayfair festival in Harvard Square thrown in the slideshow below as well , I love that this musician hauled his piano out into the street.

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Luiz Filho, owner of Luz cosmetics has created a stunning new ad and mailer card featuring photos from Tucker Photography. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Luiz over the years, and I’ve always been so impressed with his work.

He’s a real artist, and great to work with. Here’s the two sides of the mailer, I thought it came out beautifully!! There’s more of my photos on his website as well. Some of the shots on his website are from a fashion shoot we did at the Boston Harbor Hotel, with dresses from Vera Wang. The shots below are from the Crane Estate, Castle Hill. where Tucker Photography is a preferred vendor.

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Hearty Mazel Tov to Gabe and his whole Mishpoche (family) !! Thank you for inviting me to be your artistic witness for your very special celebration. Gabe is what you call a real “Mench”, (a kind and good hearted young man, one of the ultimate goals in the Jewish tradition).

Gabe not only brought the ancient texts alive through weaving his own personal anecdotes and reflections into his talk, but filled everyone’s heart with an extra large dose of Nachas (pride)!! We’re all wishing the very best for you in the years ahead!! Hazak Barouch!!! (strength and blessings).

There was another incredible dimension to the day, and that was the first meeting Gabe and his parents had with their new nine month old cousin, just adopted from Vietnam. It was so touching for me to be able to photograph this special time for their family! Double simcha!!

The new space at Temple Israel is absolutely gorgeous, what a great job of renovation!! Yishar Ko-ach (great strength) to the Rabbi and the Cantor who do such a beautiful job, and with so much kavanah (altruistic intention). Big thanks to Michelle Schaufeld at “The Day Of” for making everything go so smoothly. And Max Ultimate Food, for the incredible goodies!!

Enjoy the photos, and please feel free to add your comments, we’d love to hear from you!!

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I was honored when the folks at Boston Harbor Hotel approached me looking for just the right photo for their ad in Grace Ormonde Wedding Style Magazine. I think the ad came out beautifully.

The Boston Harbor Hotel is such a regal and breathtakingly beautiful spot overlooking the harbor, smack in the middle of downtown Boston. There’s something so invigorating and exciting about the mix of cosmopolitan and ocean settings. I love the architecture of this building, one of my favorites in Boston.

I also added a couple of shots here in the slideshow from a wedding a while back that was at the BHH. The amazingly artful linens are from my dear colleague at Table Toppers, the flowers and the design by Domenic Cambio Studios,  lighting by Suzanne B. Lowell Lighting design.

Enjoy, I’ll be posting some more from weddings at the Boston Harbor Hotel soon.

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