This wedding took place at a small park in Connecticut. The groom is the president of the Philadelphia Beard & Mustache Team, which were all in attendance. People from all over came dressed in their favorite Halloween costumes as PBR and Fireball filled their paper cups.
The Morris Arboretum is one of the best places to shoot because it's full of color and texture. We happen to pick a day when it was lightly raining, which made all the colors pop and their reactions more natural.
One of the perks of shooting weddings is meeting new friends in the process. Travis and April were fun to photograph and silly to be around. Special thanks to Lindsey Gerstlauer for letting me second-shoot with her.
These two planned this wedding while continents apart. They waited a long time for this moment and it's finally theirs. Cheers to a life of love and mystery, the best is yet to come.
"The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them." -Thomas Merton Special thanks to Lindsey Gerstlauer for letting me second-shoot with her.
This was a wedding I second-shot for Lindsey Gerstlauer, a fellow photographer from my hometown. We took the couple through downtown Bethlehem right as the sun was coming down to pull off those golden hues. There's an irreplaceable intimacy that comes with small family weddings. It's less about the timeline or shot list, and more… Continue reading Ben & Sarah
With only one wedding under my belt before this, I agreed to fly out to Houston, TX and photograph my old college roommate's special day. We found a patch of blue trees over the hill of the venue which was part of an art installment and took some lovely photos with them. I'll never forget… Continue reading Kyle & Francine