ABOUT RANDALL GARNICK
Based in MetroWest Massachusetts (but will travel pretty much anywhere)
Hi and thanks for taking a minute to look at my work. I'm Randall Garnick and I'm a Boston photographer but travel all over New England and also photograph in a number of destinations each year. I started Randall Garnick Photography when I moved home from California in 2009 and specialize in wedding photography, architecture & interior photography and commercial photography. It's been a wild ride since this small business started, having photographed 250+ weddings, hundreds of beautiful interior spaces, and dozens and dozens of corporate events.
For the past 12 years, I've specialized in wedding photography all around New England and a select number of destination weddings as well. I've been so lucky and blessed to work with amazing couples in every New England state in addition to New York, Pennsylvania, California, and the Florida Keys. I've traveled to three different countries to photograph incredible destination weddings. It's what drives me creatively and challenges me to create something unique for each couple - your personal story.
When I'm not out running with my sidekick Luna, an Australian Shepherd, you'll find me curating photo albums, striving to provide amazing customer service, and chasing the light. I'm a visual storyteller and the details that capture the individual story are what find their way into my work. To me, that is the essence of photography - the story.
In addition to weddings, you'll find me photographing: architecture (interiors and exteriors); professional headshots; environmental portraits; lifestyle and editorial work for marketing and advertising purposes; corporate events; and in education for the many universities in the New England area. Architecture and interior photography can be for design firms, interior designers, custom home builders, and even larger commercial construction companies; Portraits can be corporate headshots on location, environmental portraits, or a bit more editorial where I'm hired to visually tell part of a story; Events large and small around the Boston area happen all the time for our busy economy and I've photographed in pretty much every space imaginable.
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By the numbers (professionally):
- 300+, total weddings I've photographed
- 250+, weddings photographed as the lead photographer
- 10, states I've traveled to in order to photograph weddings
- 14, years as a full-time professional photographer
- 3, countries traveled to in order to photograph weddings
When I'm not behind a camera, you'll find me -
- running with Luna, my 7yr old Australian Shepherd (https://www.instagram.com/adventure_of_luna/)
- training in Krav Maga (earned my 1st-degree black belt 6/1/19!)
- working on many house projects, currently starting on a big back deck :)
- planning my next photography adventure
- practicing yoga (a lot more of this since the pandemic started)
- making bread and pasta from scratch
- trying to perfect my traditional Neapolitan pizza making skills
By the numbers (personally):
- 13, half marathons completed
- 3, full marathons completed
- 725, running miles logged in 2020 (personal best)
- 16, U.S. National Parks visited (only 43 more to go!)
This is pretty much my happy place :) - photo credit: LoveDays Photography
photo credit - LoveDays Photography
photo credit - Michael Hurley
Getting psyched for a reception to begin at Saltwater Farm Vineyard (ok, really just a lighting test image...) photo credit: LoveDays Photography
Self-portrait I made at Cape Breton Highlands N.P. in Canada. This is from a 2700 mile road trip to the easternmost point in North America, Cape Spear near St. John's in Newfoundland Canada. Check out my landscape photography.
Trekking the Tour du Mont Blanc in 2018. The hike covers about 100 miles, 10,000 meters of ascent, and follows a trail from France to Italy, to Switzerland, and back to France. One of the best things I've ever done. See more from the entire hike. photo credit: Erin McArdle
Hiking the Inca Trail in Peru in 2016. 25 miles of hiking, 4 days, peak elevation 13, 780 ft above sea level, no showers, and an amazing experience. See more from the entire Peru trip. photo credit: Erin McArdle
EDITOR & OFFICE MASCOT (Luna)
If you're a dog lover, like I obviously am, follow along with this very spoiled animal's adventures. https://www.instagram.com/adventure_of_luna/
BEHIND THE SCENES
Curious what it's like to work with me on the wedding day? Here's a little behind-the-scenes look courtesy of the great photographers that I get to work with on a regular basis. I would say the biggest takeaway from these photos is I always end up standing on something, crouching down low for different angles and I should probably mix up my shirt and tie combo more often :)