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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!"

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Musicians, Mattie & Aaron, made their debut as a married couple vis a vis a “wedding tour”. Rather than a traditional wedding where friends come to you, they decided to travel to multiple locations and perform for family and friends in honor of their love and marriage.  The tour began in New York City’s Steinway Hall and ended at The Old Church in Portland, Oregon. I enjoyed photographing their unique and charming wedding celebration at Adelynrood; a retreat center near and dear to Aaron’s family’s hearts in Byfield, MA. Their performance included works by Schubert and Handel, as well as Aaron’s father, Jim, and four contemporary composers who were each commissioned to write a movement for Mattie & Aaron’s “Wedding Suite”. The four movements were titled as follows:

tell it like a secret (Something Old)        – Scott Ordway
Something New                                          – Christian De Gré
Vor Eternity (Something Borrowed)      – Jessica Meyer
Tango (Something Blue)                           – Anne Farber (arr. Butler/Kaiser)

Enjoy highlights and join us in congratulating this artistic pair!!

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Check out David Tucker Photography’s corporate side and get a glimpse into the high tech world of MIT’s Agelab. The Agelab, founded and directed by Joseph F. Coughlin, Ph.D., is doing internationally recognized, cutting edge research on “how demographic change, technology, social trends and consumer behavior drive innovations in business and government”.  Dr. Coughlin is an expert in the field of aging and transportation, the Wall Street Journal recognized Dr Coughlin as one of “12 pioneers inventing the future of retirement…” while Fast Company Magazine named him one of the “100 most Creative People in Business”. The following photos highlight the lab’s work with autonomous and semi-autonomous cars and their relevance to the elderly.
The Agelab at MIT is an extraordinarily creative, “out of the box” lab; a perfect match for David Tucker Photography’s visionary and inventive photographic techniques and sensibilities. A special shout out to Robert Boyd, David’s trusty assistant, who helps make all things possible.
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Chinese lanterns coupled with New England charm combined to create a beautiful and romantic outdoor wedding and reception at the Lord Thompson Manor in Thompson, Connecticut. Susan and Jonathan lovingly welcomed family and friends from the US and China.  Guests celebrated in the elegant and intimate rooms of the manor, as well as several inviting outdoor locations adorned with garden sculptures, a unique gazebo, contemporary pillows, lighted umbrellas, and a cozy fireplace. Every detail of this inspired event was planned with love and care. It was a joy to photograph for this wonderful couple. Please enjoy the highlights and join me in congratulating Susan and Jonathan!


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I’m so pleased to share photos from Kaitlynn and Michael’s amazing wedding at the Crane Estate, Castle Hill. This spectacular wedding venue is perched high above Crane’s Beach, overlooking the Atlantic ocean in Ipswich, MA. Kaitlynn and Michael enjoyed the best of both worlds by getting ready at downtown Boston’s hip and chic four star Godfrey Hotel. This contemporary hotel was a fun and luxurious setting for Kaitlynn and her bridesmaids, and Michael and his groomsmen, to enjoy the pre-wedding excitement.

The couple had originally met at a mutual friend’s birthday party and in Kaitlynn’s own words: “I was under the impression we were in for a night of salsa dancing. I dressed appropriately with bangles, a belly shirt with tassels and a red flower in my hair. When I arrived to our friend’s house I came to realize plans had changed! People were arriving in suits and I learned we were headed to a high end night club. Although I was mortified, it was quite the ice breaker. We thank our mutual friend Nicolle for introducing us. She stood by my side as a bridesmaid while I professed my love for Michael.”

Once we arrived on the beautiful grounds of the Crane Estate, Kaitlynn put on her gorgeous dress in the elegant bridal suite of the Stuart-style mansion, designed by the world-renowned architect David Adler. Katitlynn was stunning in her Simone Carvalli dress purchased at Tulle Bridal in Andover, MA. She discovered Tulle through a close family friend named Cat, a former manager of a bridal salon in New Jersey.  Kaitlynn had tried on the dress very early in her search. She brought her mother -in – law to the bridal boutique to see the dress and when she walked out wearing it, her mother – in- law started to cry. At that moment, Kaitlynn knew this gown was the one. Michael’s amazing three piece, custom tuxedo was handmade by Christopher Cuozzo of Sprezzatura in Woburn, MA.

Michael and Kaitlynn’s first look was on the breathtaking “Grand Allee” which is a wide stretch of rolling, grassy land cascading all the way down to the ocean. The elegant atmosphere of the estate was a perfect venue for this striking pair. Following their ceremony, which was full of humor, elegance, and breath-taking seaside views, the couple took to new heights for a few intimate shots on the Crane Estate rooftop. Delicious food was by Fireside Catering.

Friends and family celebrated with love and enthusiasm. Join me in congratulating this awesome couple!

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Penny and Rick’s wedding at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport, MA was sheer magic. This seaside concert venue was the perfect location for this exuberant couple who sparkle like light on the Atlantic ocean.

Penny and Rick got ready and had their joyous “first look” at the lovely Yankee Clipper Inn just short way down the road located also on the shore of the Atlantic. Then they proceeded to the stage of the Shalin Liu for their ceremony. Just as they were about to be pronounced man and wife, Penny (a fine singer, vocal coach and music director at Endicott College) burst into song. As if this was not enough of a delightful surprise for her groom and guests alike, Penny’s voice was joined one by one, group by group by other exceptional singers in the audience. Gradually, more and more singers added their voices until a “wedding flash mob” was in full swing. What fun, and don’t think there was a dry eye in the house! During their reception this spirited couple performed an elegant first dance to the amazement of their guests. Surely their marriage will be blessed with music and creative surprises. Hearty congratulations, Penny and Rick!!

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