Amanda and Mike celebrated their wedding at the Chatham Bars Inn waterfront buildings. Even though it was a cold May afternoon the location was still to be desired. And also to be desired…all of Amanda’s details. So much time and attention paid to every item that would be on display at the event, and also to be showcased in their home after the event. Re-use at it’s absolute best!
Thank you, Amanda, for appreciating my sense of humor and laughing hysterically with me at this one. I call it: Boob-Knockulars.
Rain? What rain? I never noticed it was pouring outside because I was mesmerized by all the glorious details indoors that Alexis made for her wedding!
Bet you couldn’t guess that she was teacher.
More photos of Alexis and Brian to come soon…for now, their details.
Photographed a lovely, intimate wedding this past weekend. Bonus points for being a mile from home, and for my old downstairs neighbors. It was a unique wedding for sure, in my well over 10 years of shooting events I have never had anyone walk down the aisle together (to start the ceremony) while singing a Muppets song. (sing-song voice) Awwesomme!!
Ahhh, Aysun and Shane. A delightful surprise package these two were! At the start of the session Aysun quietly says, “I’ve never done a photo session, I am nervous and have no idea what to do.” I tell her I’ll help direct and that it’ll be fun, and natural, even though it’s just us, and a two big honking cameras in their faces (that’s completely natural, right?). Normally the first set of poses is a warm up, to get people used to the situation, a practice run of sorts. What do I witness as I peek through the viewfinder on this first set-up? A couple that appears to be professional posers. That’s right, pros. I don’t think I directed one pose on this session. I’d pick a location, say “go stand there”, check my camera settings, glance up and BAAM; they’re perfectly posed. Not only that, Aysun worked it with her ever so slight head tilts and hip shifts. I mean, come on! Normally, I’d call someone like this a pool-shark, but since Aysun prefers darts I’m going to call her a dart-shark!