Catherine and Andrew are two of the smartest people I know. Why you ask? Well for one, they are both going to be doctors in another month. They also know how to do a wedding the right way. First off, they started planning way early. I remember they booked us way back in September 2014!
It was an absolutely perfect fall day when I showed up for Rebecca and Ramine’s wedding. Rebecca had spent months planning the perfect day and it had paid off. The details were perfect, the sky was perfectly blue, and the leaves were in peak color. We started off at the Hampton Inn where Rebecca got
I knew it was going to be an interesting night. Thanks to daylight saving’s time, Rainer and Stevie’s wedding at Cliffs at Glassy Chapel would be at night. I’ve shot there dozen’s of times, but always during the day. I was curious to see how it looked at night. As I pulled up to the
I have to say, after photographing close to 200 weddings I don’t see a whole lot of new things anymore. They sometimes can just all blend together. But every once in awhile I have a wedding that just introduces a lot of new things. For example: I have never seen the guests during a wedding