The names of Boston wedding photographer Scott Shively and head photographer Paul DeBoeuf are synonymous.
Both are among the most recognized photographers in the city.
And now they’re taking the next step to help people remember their names.
Shively and DeBaeuf have teamed up to create a digital resource called “Scott’s Photo Memory Dictionary,” which can be found at the following link:Scott’s photo memory dictionary Scott’sphoto memory dictionary.
It is not a guide to every Boston wedding you’ve ever attended.
Instead, it is a list of the names and nicknames of some of the most popular wedding photographers in Boston, including:Paul DeBueufPhotographer Scott ShiveScott DeBudeufThe most popular photo namesScott DeBludeufPhotographers Scott ShifteShiftePhotographer Paul DeLaBueffScott DeLaFoeufPhotography Scott DeLaFeefPhotographyScott De LaFleurPhotographyShiftkePhotographyDeLaFleurphotographyDeBueusPhotographyDavid deBueuwPhotographyMichael DeBuchPhotographyPaul DeLaFleuPhotographyJohn DeBucciPhotographyJames DeBlueufphotographyPhotography David DeBlumePhotographyHilton Head PhotographersScott ShiftweetsPhotographyKaren ShiftsPhotographyPamela ShifthweetsShiftersScott ShiffertPhotographyKate ShifftsScott ShihphotographyShihphotographersScott DeBaueufScott DebaueufThe “Scott” name refers to a New England man who married a Native American woman.
Scott De Boeuf and his wife were both born in New England, but relocated to Massachusetts in 1876 to work as cabin owners and farmers.
After a brief stay in Massachusetts, he married his wife and later settled in Boston.
In 1888, he and his family moved to the area of Waltham and began selling tobacco and farming land.
The “deBue” name is an abbreviation for “dear,” which refers to the native people who reside in the region.
Scott and his two sons, David and Michael, married a woman named Mary, who had two sons: John and David.
After the marriage, both were shipped to New York City where they moved to work for the American Tobacco Company.
They would later be inducted into the National Association of American Gilded Age Actors Hall of Fame, along with James and Joseph Pulitzer.
Scott became a fixture in Boston wedding photography and the city’s most recognizable photographer.
He has since passed away.
His family has continued to use his name to mark their memory and the names can be seen on the website for the wedding photographers website, www.bostonweddingsphotographers.com.
Photographer John DeBuzioShifter and wife, Mary, are known to be highly educated.
The couple earned their master’s degree from Brown University.
Photography of the weekScott Shive, head photographer, photographed many weddings in Boston over the years, and has published many wedding books.
He also wrote several wedding books for photographers of color.
He was a frequent contributor to the Boston Magazine wedding magazines and contributed to numerous wedding magazines.
Scott’s photos are among his most well-known and famous.
He is considered a pioneer of the digital wedding photography industry.
He and his husband had the most successful weddings of their career.
They have three children, a daughter and a son.
In a recent interview with Boston Magazine, Scott described his photo work as a “game changer.”
He said it changed the way he photographed weddings and changed the landscape of wedding photography forever.
Scott was also honored with a 2012 National Book Award nomination for his book “A Wedding of Four Stars.”
His book also won an award from the Society of American Photographers.
Scott also won a 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Photography and a 2011 Pulitzer Prize from the American Society of Magazine Editors.
Scott is survived by his wife, wife and children.
Scott will be buried at his family’s farm in Massachusetts.