Summer Stone Studios
This is a true story - not joking - 24 hours before my daughter's wedding the photographer she had contracted with and sent a depost to was nowhere to be found.
Despite repeated emails and phone calls, the photographer did not respond. Finally, at 1:00 p.m the day before the wedding my daughter left a message "if you don't contact me by 5:00 p.m. today, I will assume that I must make alternate arrangements for photography for my wedding tomorrow". The person did not call back until 8:00 p.m. From 5:00 - 8:00 (in between rehearsal and rehearsal dinner activities) my daughter and I called and emailed everyone we could think of that could give us a lead to get someone at least to take a few professional shots. We weren't hopeful at all until my cousin called to say her friend's daughter was a professional photographer - a state away from us - Summer Stone Studios/CT -- the wedding/MA. I gave it a shot and called Summer to explain our situation. She was immediately responsive and took the worry right off our heads. She said "I'll meet you there - what time?" Summer was at the ceremony site when we arrived. She is a beautiful person and an accomplished professional. Her willingness also, to tailor a pre-set package, was so appreciated. Summer is a young professional woman who is well on her way to a very successful career. Why? Because she listens to people and she genuinely enjoys doing what she does.
If I could afford to sky write above the biggest bridal shows in New England I would write "Summer Stone Studios - Wedding Photographer Extraordinaire"
I would recommend Summer Stone Studios without reservation for any special event that you want to enjoy again and again and again.
Mary Ann Vinelli
Mother of the Bride
Summer is a wonderful, wonderful photographer!! Her creativity and her ability to capture the moment is fantastic. She has captured memories that will last a lifetime and I would definitely recommend her to anyone needing special pictures that they will want to look at years later and remember "that moment". Thank you Summer!!!!