Specializing in wedding photography by window light, Coreen Mary Griffin captures your special day with the essence of nostalgia and charm. Her technique for shooting brides in the soft light of natural settings creates an image that is genuinely surreal. Coreen’s knack for showing the gentle and sweet nature of bridal innocence is unrivaled and highly original.  The softness created by natural light reveals the tender spirit of her subjects.

Coreen studied photography at the Smithsonian Museum of Art and the Corcoran Museum in Washington, D.C.  Coreen began her professional career in photography as a staff photographer in 1985 for MPG Communications, The Wareham Courier.  She photographed freelance, particularly children for the following decade, advertising as “A Moment in Your Child’s Day.”  Between 1997 and 1999 she served as an apprentice under renowned wedding photographer, Corinna Raznikov.   Working as her assistant, she learned the techniques of shooting weddings with natural light.

Window light gives a silhouette and simple essence to the photographs. It’s soft, sweet and truly unique.

Memories are best captured when the photojournalistic style photographer keeps a detailed account of your wedding day. Everything from the bride dressing to flowers, centerpieces and of course, flower girls and ring bearers all have a special place. Coreen creates a story of your special day.