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80 Florida Street
Dorchester, MA
02124

860-967-5296

Boston, MA wedding & engagement photographer who loves to tell the love stories of couples head-over-heels in love, educator, workshop host, flat lay stock photography artist

Boston MA Wedding Photographers Pricing | Lynne Reznick Photography

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My approach to capturing your love combines a mixture of documentary storytelling with naturally posed portraiture. My focus is always on the authentic moments (big or small) and emotions (toothy grins or tears of joy) that make your day and your love story unique and beautiful. Let's chat over drinks (hi champagne!) or coffee so I can hear all of the details and answer all of your questions.


Every collection includes an engagement session, second photographer, and all of the edited hi-resolution digital photographs. Heirloom albums and keepsake boxes are also available. Collections are customizable.

Collections begin at $5350.

Please contact me directly for a full investment guide.

 
 
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that caring for one another, making an impact, and leaving a legacy makes for a life well lived.

I'm honored to be able to give back to my community through my business and have decided to make charitable giving part of my business model. Last year over $2400 was donated in the name of my LRP soulmates. I’m honored to commit again this year to donating $200 of every wedding commission I book to either the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston or the MSPCA-Angell. I deeply support the important work that both of these amazing organizations do. And the best part is that each of my couples get to choose which organization will benefit directly from their wedding. Here is a little more about each organization and why they’re both so important to me. 

Their mission is to protect animals, relieve their suffering, advance their health and welfare, prevent cruelty, and work for a just and compassionate society.

As the mom to two cats who love to sit on your lap, and for 12.5 wonderful years to a pug dog named Milo, I'm an animal lover. The MSPCA does amazing work to care for and nurture animals in Massachusetts and they were a huge comfort to Scott and me when we had to suddenly say goodbye to Milo. The doctors and nurses who cared for Milo throughout his life and in his final days were loving, patient, understanding, and always advocated for his wellbeing. They made the horrible reality of losing Milo just a little bit easier and I am happy to support their efforts to provide care to animals and their owners.

If you want to read more about my sweet pug Milo and see some adorable photos of him, check out this blog post.

 

Their mission is to enable the young people in the greater Boston community to reach their full potential, succeed academically, live healthy lifestyles, and practice good citizenship. 

As a former high school teacher in the city of Hartford, I'm a firm believer in the ability of all young people to achieve their full potential when they're supported along the way. At the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston young people can take advantage of a wide variety of programs that range from college and career preparation, to health and wellness, to exploration of the arts. They provide a safe space for learning, growth, and exploration. Their unwavering support of students and youth in and around Boston is inspiring and I'm proud to support their work.