Keeping it Coastal: Narragansett, Rhode Island Wedding Photographer

Kerry & Andy are one of the most laid back, down to earth couples I have ever photographed. So I knew their wedding day would go smoothly no matter what circumstances came along. Though it was hot as heck on that Friday in July, Kerri kept her cool and Andy went with the flow. The result was a fun, beautiful wedding that reflected their love of the family, the coast, and lighthouses in particular.

Kerri & Andy held their “first look moment” at the stone stable ruins at the South County Museum in Narragansett. The ruins are magnificent and romantic and the perfect location to stay cool in some shade and give us a soft, natural setting.

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Didn’t Kerri look like a pretty wood fairy? I loved the flowers in her hair and flowing tendrils. The rabbit pin on her bouquet was her “something borrowed” from her maid of honor.

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Susan Sancomb Photography, RI

Wedding Photography in Rhode Island, Susan Sancomb Photography

Susan Sancomb Photography, weddings, RI

Susan Sancomb photography, weddings, Rhode Island

Susan Sancomb Photography, RI weddings

Susan Sancomb Photography, RI weddings

Susan Sancomb Photography, Rhode Island Wedding photographer

Congratulations Kerri & Andy! Thank you for letting me capture your wedding day for you and I wish you all the best in your life together!

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About Susan

My wedding and portrait photography business is located in the heart of South County, Rhode Island close to URI and the scenic, south coast beaches. I grew up here and feel so lucky to be able to work and create in such a beautiful location! My approach to photography is much like my approach to life: creative, relaxed, natural and fun. I would describe my style as a blend of candid & photojournalistic with traditional & artistic images. I love taking the time to create some beautiful, romantic portraits of my brides & grooms, but also the spontaneous moments throught the wedding day. 

I consider my website and blog a place where I can visually journal about the amazing people and places I get to photograph. Not only do I consider myself exceptionally lucky to be making a living taking photographs for people at important moments in their lives, but I also get to meet an amazing cross section of people I might not otherwise get to know. In the ten years I have been in business, I have had the chance to photograph couples riding high on the excitement of their recent engagement, on their wedding day, parents-to-be waiting to meet their new child, newborn babies, children marking milestone birthdays and families who want to remember a certain time in their lives by capturing it in a photographic portrait.  

In more recent years, I have had the opportunity to photograph the weddings of younger siblings and friends of previous wedding clients, and the maternity, newborn and family portraits of couples whose weddings I photographed in years past. It feels amazing to know my creative vision of these occasions is a part of their lives and their family history and I am grateful for each and every one of them. When I say I love what I do, it is from a genuine place. I can't imagine doing anything else and feeling as creativly satisfied and pleased to make my clients happy.  

I studied photography at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) for undergraduate school and received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 

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