Central Park Engagement Session : Kim + Matt

Mary Dougherty

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I'm a fine art film photographer living in the mountains and traveling to tell beautiful stories





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It’s possible to find a quiet space away from crowds in New York City in Central Park. It’s just what I had in mind for Kim and Matt when we met for the first time at the Bethesda Fountain. Sure, there were at least five other sessions going on (that’s an underestimate) and a wedding that took place just over the edge of that bannister above… but for a few moments we were left alone. It was as if their love was the only thing that mattered, and in so many ways that’s true. What they have is one of the most important things to hold close, treasure and protect. It’s the real thing.

I look forward to joining you guys (and your family and friends) in a few short months for your wedding day! Enjoy these images until then


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