Joy, laughter, anticipation, butterflies, bliss, tension, and relief. Wedding days run high on a multitude of emotions and it's what has kept me hooked year after year. Most of us, at one point or another, have looked back on our own parents or grandparents wedding photos with some sense of adoration and nostalgia. It is with this same sentiment that I strive to document weddings. Your wedding photographs should ripen over time, offering a delayed reaction that grows more meaningful as life carries on and memories fade.
Seattle based photographer working with film and digital cameras, available for commissions worldwide.
October 27, 2021
A few weeks ago Gage and I took a trip to NYC and the Hudson Valley for a little change of pace. Gage met Albert a few years back when he was living in the city. He had bought a pair of leather boots from a boutique boot-maker who connected the two after realizing they had bought the same pair and both lived in the city. They became fast friends and I was so happy to finally have gotten to meet them.
Albert and Brian have spent practically their whole lives in the city and have been together for over 20 years. Their love is so strong and so pure and they are truly two of the happiest and in-love people I’ve met. Albert has his own business promoting Classical musicians and a strong passion for slow fashion (especially denim!) and Brian works from home in tech and has a strong love for knitting and EDM. Since Covid, they’ve spent most of their time at their home in the Hudson Valley so once Gage and I had enough stimulation in the big city we took a train to see them for the weekend. This hill was just across the street from their house and we decided to spend an afternoon exploring around and documenting their love in the Hudson Valley and it was an absolute joy.
Take a peek below:)
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Albert’s Denim & Jacket: Rouge Territory
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