Editors’ Choice 

Dragonfly Photography

Newburyport, 978-857-2088,

Philosophy: Dragonfly Photography owner Rachael Kloss believes no two loves look quite the same; some people are giddy, while others may be nervous or shy or blissful. Kloss considers it her job to discover—and capture—the unique ways each couple demonstrates their love.  

Standout Qualities: Kloss thinks of her photographs in terms of feeling rather than style. Her work ranges from silly and whimsical to serious or dreamy, but her passion for her work and her subjects is always at the core of her photos. 

What’s Unique: Kloss has a knack for putting clients at ease and making them feel comfortable on their big day, so they can enjoy the celebration without feeling self-conscious about the camera. 


Readers’ Choice 

Reflections by Christen

Groveland, 781-883-3607,

Philosophy: Reflections by Christen operates on the belief that your photographs should be timeless; you should be able to look at any shot years later and remember the very moment it was captured. 

Standout Qualities: Christen brings her passion for photography to every job. Her style is classic and luminous, making use of the landscape and architecture that surround a wedding to complement her shots. 

What’s Unique: Sister business Beautifully You Boudoir offers brides a chance to feel beautiful and confident in the lead-up to their big day (and maybe create a very personal gift for their new spouse). 


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