Archive for April, 2014
Sometimes you just luck in to a day like this, but I’d like to think it wasn’t luck that Catherine and Steven found us and asked us to be their photographers. Lindsay and I have been at this photography thing for a while now and we are constantly asked about “bridezillas” and crazy wedding day stories. The truth is, we really don’t have any of those stories. That kind of friction happens when you end up with couples that don’t match their photographer.
When you put your real work out there, you’re putting your personality on display. So, when you come to this blog our to our website, you see who we are as photographers and as people. Because Lindsay and I are such sticklers for authentic moments and allowing every couple to just be themselves, I think we attract folks that “get it”. We work with people who enjoy us and vice versa. That way, the images are just an extension of the relationship.
Great relationship = great images. Easy math 🙂
Now we have what I consider to be a great way to spend an evening as a wedding photographer. A simple, classic, Richmond wedding with two icons of my favorite town, the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart and The Jefferson Hotel. This was a classic with a twist however, because Katie and Chris were such hams and so much fun to photograph that you could hardly call it a traditional affair. Enjoy all the great moments between these two, their friends, and their families and hope you have a wonderful week.
Spring, ah. At last you found us. To celebrate wearing shorts for the first time in what seems like two years, here’s a great springtime session in our nation’s capital with Kate and Bobby. From the Union Station, to the National Mall, and then down to the waterfront at Georgetown, it was a great time with conversation, laughter, and maybe just a little photography. Oh, and Kate and Bobby were nice enough to include me in the fun. Check out the great phone snapshot they got of me by the Capitol reflecting pool. I love my couples!