Every once in a while, a couple comes a long that amazes you. This was one such couple.
For the past year, Shaun has been on deployment, so when we did this shoot 3 days after he returned, it was quite possibly the most passionate, emotional engagement session i’ve had the pleasure of shooting. One of my favorite parts of this session was getting to return to the very place in Estes Park where Shaun told Nicolle for the very first time, that he loved her. I could say more about these two, but I think the pictures say it better!
A word comes to mind when thinking of this wedding, ready for it? Traditional… Now take that word, throw it on the ground, kick it a few times and light it on fire. Emily and Martins wedding was classy, creative, unique, and beautiful. This wedding took place at Yale union, an old laundry mat converted to an art gallery. While a first dance is something special to be apart of, watching Emily and Martins first karaoke takes the cake. I loved every second of this wedding as it wasn’t about holding to tradition and going through the paces, but keeping true to themselves and celebrating their love with a hint of Burning Man inspiration.
I had the pleasure of second shooting this wedding with my good friend, RJ Kern, who is an incredible creative talent and inspiration.
This last image was a fun collaboration done with both RJ and I.
Primary Photographer: R.J. Kern
Music: Karaoke From Hell
Catering: Lamb’s Table Catering
I’ve known Cara & Brian for about 5 years now, having Cara as a co-worker, and being class mates with Brian. It’s been such a pleasure seeing their love grow, them getting married and now bringing a wonderful new life into the world. I feel so honored that they asked me to capture such an amazing point in their life! Congrats Cara & Brain! I can’t wait to meet baby Milo!