The couple exchanged vows at the Virginia Beach Resort Hotel and Conference Center.
I don’t promote it but I still do the occasional wedding for the right couple. Terri and Steve were just that. When we met at a local bookstore to talk about their upcoming nuptials, it was instant connection.
They were so easy going and fun to be with. We were on the same wavelength. Three peas in the same pod. I knew within a matter of seconds that it was a definite yes for me. It was not the first time for either one and their entire guest list, including the wedding party, was 24 people. They were going to exchange vows on the beach on a Sunday. The reception was to be held at the convention center during their brunch.
This fit perfectly with my concept of Sincere Weddings which is what I love covering.
It’s time to head outdoors and create unique images that will be cherished for generations.
Yep, it’s time to take the show on the road. Time to hit local and regional locations to use as backdrops for your portrait session. While I love working inside, the great outdoors appeals to me in so many different ways. We use the power of different environments to add depth to a scene and to inspire us as we work.
Most importantly, we use it to awe the viewers when it’s all said and done.
So let me take a moment to remind everyone what I offer. I have extensive experience in the following: Continue reading →
Sincere Wedding at Maymont Park in Richmond, Virginia
Amy and Carl asked me to photograph their big day at Maymont Park in Richmond, Virginia a couple weeks ago. Given that I’ve worked with them before and think they are wonderful people to be with I knew it would be a blast to be part of and said yes without hesitation. I wasn’t disappointed.
Sorry about that. It’s been a hectic but fun couple of weeks starting 2 weekends ago with a 3 -day weekend at home with family plus grading mid-terms. This past week was playing catch-up, which I mostly have done.
This past weekend I second shot a beach wedding in Sandbridge with Crystal – a wonderful, totally awesome, photographer. It was a magical thing to be part of – a lone guitar strumming in the background, a small group of relatives and friends watching the ceremony, a gentile breeze making the material on the altar flutter. What an honor to be part of that experience.
So here I am starting off another week but I already have my mind set on Saturday when I have 3 boudoir mini-sessions set up in Newport News. I’m also counting the days until we hit the beach for sunrise/sunset shoots as well as continue the Illuminated Portrait series. I’m always looking for new people to work with so if anyone is interested, drop me a line as I’m ready to go.