Monthly Archives: July 2016

I don’t cry during every wedding I photograph. To claim doing so would not only be inaccurate, it would also be insincerely romanticizing what I do and how weddings in general affect me emotionally, at least in the visible sense. It’s not that my lack of tearing up means that I care about any of […]

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It rained for the last hour of my drive to St. Augustine that morning, a small town I had never been to prior to Johanna and Clint’s wedding day. As the stylist started curling Johanna’s hair, I pulled the back-up umbrellas out of my vehicle, preparing for the continued forecast of intermittent rain throughout the […]

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One of the things I like most about photographing weddings is the unexpected candidness of it all. Sure, there is a traditional schedule and formula they all typically follow for the most part, but each wedding tends to take on it’s own qualities and quirks as based on the couple – who they are individually, […]

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