Gosh, what can I say about this wedding, except it was truly amazing. Their ceremony was so intimate despite it being a large wedding. It was so cool that they chose to do a chemical reaction instead of unity sand or candle. I loved how open they were to going off sight for their photos and allowing time to photograph them in such unique places. I have to thank Gabby Hess for an incredible job designing everything and Amy Stone for once again having my back and shooting with me. I truly am so blessed by her friendship.
Andrew and Jennifer’s wedding was so much fun! Amy and I had a blast going from location to location. I’m so thankful that they made time for photos throughout the day. Andrew and Jennifer, I wish you the best in life and thank you so much for allowing Amy and I to capture your wedding! And as always, I’m forever indebted to Amy Stone for being by my side and taking some amazing shots! Love you Amy!
It’s so fun catching up with friends from college and seeing how they’ve grown. We spent most of our shoot catching up and chasing Fiona, which is one of my favorite things to do in a family session. When planning your family session, make sure you take time to explore. Allow there to be time for those in between moments. Those are the things you want captured: their eye lashes, their smile, the way they run when they haven’t quite mastered how to walk. It’s the in between moments, that capture the emotion of the moment, the emotion we don’t want to forget.