This wedding was pretty special not only because I was flying solo this time but because it was such a huge, festive occasion. The wedding was held at Mercury Hall, and everyone was thoroughly enjoying themselves (you can tell from the many crazy dancing photos). Overall, the wedding was a great success. Not to mention, Tracey was so polite and didn’t mind having a photographer squeeze into the already packed dressing room to capture her getting ready. I think my favorite memory of this wedding was when Tracey danced with her father to a very slow traditional Spanish ballad. It was surprisingly dreamlike and completely beautiful. I’m pleased to present Tracey and Kelly’s wedding. Congratulations!
I shot Sara and Phillip’s wedding back in the spring with Lauren. Not only was this a 12 hour wedding, but it was held at a girls’ summer camp outside of Wimberley, Tx. Sara and Phillip’s entire family partook in typical summer camp activities. There was a ropes course, rock climbing, swimming, basketball, and more. Everything that happens at a summer camp was unfolding right in front of our camera lenses. Working with Phillip was an extreme pleasure. He was more than willing to have someone shadow him, and he made a great subject overall. I particularly enjoyed photographing his sister helping him button his shirt. It was a great moment witnessing Phillip and his sister debate how far to roll up his sleeves and how much was “too” much. It was indeed another interesting wedding experience (scroll down to see the crazy robotic looking dog I met), and without trying to sound too full of myself, I think Lauren and I took some awesome shots. I am pleased to share Sara and Phillip’s wedding. Congratulations!