Photography for me is a tool that allows me to bring the *real* stuff in life to, well, reality. I find little importance in a photo unless it speaks to me about something more than the picture itself. As it turns out, I'm a philosopher and theologian first, and in a strange twist of life, I found that photography allowed me to clarify the wonder and awe of the world that engulfs us. The tradition of marriage goes so much deeper than the cake and flowers let on-- Indeed, the entire day stems upon the desire of man and woman to give themselves to each other entirely. There is certainly something passionate and revealing in that, and I hope to capture a glimpse of it.
Beth and Vinny couldn’t have asked for better weather for their bright and lively wedding! From gerber daisies to golf carts, everyone had a ball (and I mean everyone – check out the second to last diptych!)
Small, yes, but with just as much love as my biggest weddings – Laura and Michael shared a private ceremony and dinner party with family and close friends to celebrate their union. I love being able to say that by the end of the night, I knew everyone’s name!