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My favorite part of photographing weddings is observing the dynamics between each loving couple. As your family and friends are watching you laugh, cry, and celebrate, I'll be there capturing those treasured moments.

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Are you celebrating something? Bar & Bat Mitzvahs, Quinceaneras, Baby Showers, and Corporate events are all major life moments worth capturing.

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A selfie only goes so far. Whether you need a nice new family portrait, corporate head shots, or even a new dating profile photo, leave it to a professional. Let me know what you need and I would be happy to capture you looking your best.

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Empty space on your wall? Fill that void with an image reminiscent of a place you love, or even one you long to visit. My photographs are printed to order, with your choice of mounted print, canvas print, or metallic print.

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“Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living."

- Miriam Beard


Follow me @LeahRamuglia

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Travel Stories



I must have been in middle school when I asked my parents to buy me my very first camera. Photography has always  been a passion of mine so you'll hardly find me without my camera.

Growing up on the South Shore of Massachusetts, I enjoyed photographing scenic beaches, nature, my family, and friends.

Four years attending Syracuse University offered me a world of possibilities, and while I probably enjoyed my Black & White Film Photography class the most, I ultimately graduated with a B.S. in Biology and double minors in Neuroscience and Psychology.

I graduated during the economic crisis of 2009, and had realized that I wouldn't be happy working in a lab, so I was fortunate enough to land a job in customer service in the travel industry. This job also afforded me tremendous travel opportunities, exploring - and photographing - more of the world than I ever imagined I would see. During my 8 year tenure there I had a variety of roles, from analytics to creative marketing and I had time to consider what I enjoyed doing the most.

When I was finally ready for a career change, I knew the small photography side business I had been doing in my spare time was ready to become something more well known. With the support of another passion - food, I'm able to balance a lifestyle of part-time photographer and part-time food tour guide here in Boston.

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