Amy Campfield married Brendan Blake in February, and the couple is enjoying life in Denver. Amy finished her pediatric residency in June and will stay in Denver for a fellowship in newborn medicine. * Chris Duncombe and his wife, Lori, are expecting identical twin girls in early August. Chris started a new job as a cloud developer in Lexington, Mass., and he and his family are looking for a bigger house in the Boston area to accommodate their new family additions. Chris recently played in the Colby football team’s golf scramble along with Mike Booras, Mike Civitello, and Steve Kiely ’06. * Brendan Crighton will run once again for Lynn city councilor. Chris Duncombe and Mike Booras will assist with managing Brendan’s campaign for re-election. * Alex and Kate Campbell Telis moved to Albuquerque, N.M., where they will remain for the next five years as Alex is starting his residency in orthopedic surgery there. * Laura Miller married Phil Rios in Newport, R.I., May 5. John and Wendy Sicard Cole and Kristi Eck celebrated with them. John and Wendy backpacked the 210-mile John Muir Trail from Yosemite to the Sierra Nevada Mountains in July after John finished his pediatric residency and Wendy finished her M.S. in wildlife at the University of Vermont. John will join Rocky Mountain Pediatrics in Butte, Mont., in mid-August. * Nora Gouge Moore graduated from her doctoral program with a Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Yeshiva University, completing her internship at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center in July 2013. She’ll do a post-doctoral fellowship in addiction psychology at the Addiction Institute of New York. * Todd Moore is working in intellectual property law for tech startups at Gunderson Dettmer. * Lauren Smith Camera has been selected for the Spencer Education Fellowship, run through Columbia University’s Knight School of Journalism. As one of three fellows, she’ll spend the academic year in New York working full time on a research project about the Obama administration’s competitive education grant programs. She hopes to turn the project into a book. * Ken and Meghan Barringer Pitter welcomed baby Logan Charles May 5. * Jackie Dao got engaged to Jim Dinneen (Hamilton ‘05) April 21 in Annapolis, Md. Jackie originally met Jim through Will van der Veen, who grew up with Jim in Duxbury, Mass. * Katie (O’Neill) ’04 and Ted Farwell live in Geneva, Switzerland. Ted regularly rows with former teammate Kevin Selby, who also recently moved to Geneva. They’ll host guests Park Ridill and Sam and Sarah Dunham Gray this summer. * Frederik ’03 and Natalia King Rasmussen welcomed a daughter, Olivia, in December 2012. * Hannah Emery received her Ph.D. in sociology from UC Berkeley. She’ll work on her novel this summer and prepare to teach at Mills College in Oakland in the fall. * Alan Ashbaugh celebrated his first year in San Francisco and is enjoying his first “real job” in five years as website producer at Fitbit, a company that makes wireless fitness trackers. He took a two-week dream vacation to Valdez, Alaska, with Seth Chanin ’09. * Nathaniel Hulme married Carlie Harrington in Boston in January. Alums in attendance included Andrew Raser, Steve Whelpley, Park Ridill, Rob Mehlich, Andy Warneck, Doug Summa, Carreau Mueller, Jon Ryder ’02, Katie (O’Neill) ’04 and Ted Farwell, Nick Gambino ’04, and Andrea Piekarski ’04. Following a clerkship at the Massachusetts Appeals Court, Nathaniel has been at Holland & Knight LLP since fall 2011. * Joe and Juliana Green Schump announce the birth of their third child, Henry David, born May 16. He joins big brother Wade and big sister Claire. * Kelly Wheaton accepted a faculty position in the department of psychiatry at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and will continue to conduct clinical work at Hanover Psychiatry. As Kelly continues her time in Hanover, I will be leaving, as I graduated from the Tuck School of Business June 8 alongside Wayne Harrington, Jon Ryder ’02, Keyen Farrell ’07, and Caitlin Blodget ’07. * Have a great fall!