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.
March 11, 2022
Brittany and Taylor booked me back in February of 2020 right before the whole world stopped and covid took over. First it was pushed back to 2021, then canceled, and then settled on a new date for January 2022. You may recognize their contagiously emotive and epically cool looks from our engagement session last year in downtown St. Pete… (you can view that blog here ) Their Rural Florida farm wedding was nothing short of pure fun and joy, in fact, the dress code was “rockstar chic” so you can imagine the crowd. They decided to have it on a working farm in Loxahatchee, FL, fit with pigs and sheep and farm equipment galore.
The weekend started off with a welcome dinner at their home in South FL. (Scroll past a bit to view their wedding day)
While the forecast threatened rain the majority of the wedding day, it was a fabulous celebration and an absolute joy to photograph.
Shot on both digital and 35mm and medium format film.
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