Stacy and Jason

Well this is a real oldie! Not sure why I never shared this one and only looking back to pull images for a November wedding client i realized I never did!

Stacy and Jason got married at Quonquont Farm in Whatley, MA on July 16, 2016! This was one of my favorite weddings thus far! Jason is the brother of my best friend (Alyssa) and Stacy was probably the easiest, most fun and relaxed bride anyone can dream of! Plus they had the most perfect setting at Quonquont, what more could you want than a summer wedding at an adorable farm?



Jenny and Jeff

Love at first…BUNK? Jenny and Jeff tied the knot in Sandwich, MA at the very Summer camp where they first met. The perfect almost fall day made for fun and flirty pictures and surely showed off the true love these two share for each other. Just a sneak peak into their special day.





Nick and Brianna

Finally had time to chose some of my favorite moments from Nick and Brianna’s wedding in Derry NH! Both BU grads like myself it was so special to be a part of their day and capture the memories they will remember forever. Plus as a second shooter there was so much less stress and worry because I didn’t have to do much editing, probably why it took me so long to share these in the first place.


© Amanda Sabga 2015


First Few as Full-time

Proud to announce that I have accepted a job with the Eagle Tribune and for the last 2 (ish) weeks I have been working as a Staff Photographer out of their North Andover office!!! Can’t say enough how grateful I am to be on staff at a great establishment and newspaper! My photojournalism journey to this point has been challenging, fun and educational, but above all it has be inspirational. It’s been wonderful to work alongside so many talented journalists and photographers thus far, and I have not only learned from them, but been inspired by each one of them to continue on to do great things and be the best photojournalist I can be. That being said, my first few weeks at the Trib have been amazing and I’ve already covered a wide array of events. I look forward to my journey there and to continue working with the amazing and talented staff. I can’t wait to see where this road takes me but for now, take a look at what my first few weeks as a fully employed photographer have looked like.

P.S. please excuse the excess of fireworks and July 4th. I couldn’t help myself 🙂

All photos © Eagle Tribune 2015 / Amanda Sabga 2015

Ally and DJ

I had the pleasure of meeting and working with the beautiful Ally and Dj! In preparation for their October wedding we went out to the Public Garden for some fun engagement pictures. I stepped a bit outside of my photojournalism realm and played with a more artistic style of editing with this shoot. They’re so happy and full of love it was a joy spending the afternoon with them and documenting them together.

© Amanda Sabga 2015

Chill: A Snowboarding Nonprofit

Recently I had the pleasure of spending some time with the Boston branch of a cool nonprofit, The Chill Foundation. Chill “uses snowboarding to teach life skills and increase self-esteem in undeserved youth.” The program runs for 6 weeks and with each week the kids not only learn to snowboard and spend time on the mountain, but discuss themes such as patience, persistence, courage, pride and more. I was thrilled to spend some time with such a fun and different organization and this is what I saw:

Winter at Last

Unlike most, I LOVE winter. I’ve been waiting for some good snow fall since Thanksgiving and I’m happy that it finally happened! Maybe I wouldn’t have asked for a “potentially historic and crippling” blizzard, but now that the worst is behind us, I hope we can all enjoy the snow in all it’s beauty!

© Amanda Sabga Photography