I am, by no means, a wedding photographer. I can count the number of weddings that I have photographed on one hand. I don’t market myself as a wedding photographer either, because I know that’s not a career path I personally want to take. If I’m being completely honest here, I almost backed out of shooting this wedding; but I am so glad I didn’t. It was an absolute honor to capture this special day for two friends that I hold near and dear to my heart.
Before I get down to the photos, which is really what I’m sure everyone wants (certainly not my ridiculous, overdrawn ramblings), here are a few links that cover this beautiful love-filled wedding:
Lindsey and Erick’s Wedding Website | Lindsey and Erick have updated their website a few times since the wedding and plan on keeping up the website with their new married-life adventures.
AJ Pastor Productions | AJ is another good friend of mine. We went to college together and last summer, I was his second shooter for Sam and Satara’s wedding. I would’ve loved to have AJ second shoot for this wedding, but as it turns out, he was a groomsman. But AJ helped out quite a bit anyway by snapping a few photos of the groom and groomsmen getting ready, while I was capturing the bride and her bridesmaids getting ready at a different location. Check out his blog post covering this wedding. Right now. This is an order. He made a video about Erick’s proposal, which was shown during the reception. He also posted a reaction video of Lindsey watching this video and it’s great.
Now… on to the photos!
THE FIRST LOOK
I posted a few photos from Lindsey and Erick’s first look a few weeks ago, but here are a few more, including some group photos with the bridesmaids and the groomsmen.
HAPPILY EVER AFTER
Simple joys make life worth living.
I’m playing the catch up game now and I’ve got tons of fun things to share: Lindsey and Erick’s wedding, The Renaissance Network’s garden party, and more snapshots of life (food outings, days spent out on the boat). Weekends like this rejuvenate me more than anything and I actually feel like I’m ready to tackle the coming week. It’s a great feeling. I wish it would happen more often.
Up and Coming.
Next week I’m heading out to Oshkosh for Pathfinder Camporee. I’m so excited because I never got the chance to go as a Pathfinder, but now I’m getting to work for the event.
1. I want an espresso machine so I can make my own drinks, like that beautiful cortado in the photo above (thanks Brash Coffee!). I also want to try red espresso. For this, I blame Jeremy, his newfound love for rooibos tea, and his ability to come up with brilliant ideas that other people have already thought of (in this case, making tea like you would espresso).
2. Shauna Chung is home! … but not for long. California and grad school are taking her away from me. Also, we miss you Keri. The 3 of us need to be together again soon - I miss us together.
3. I absolutely must go watch Guardians of the Galaxy. Apparently it’s a freaking fantastic movie.
Gorgeous details from the Renaissance Network’s Garden Soirée last week. Not only did I have the opportunity to photograph this celebration but I also worked on various designs used throughout their 2 week workshop.
At the beginning of May I had the opportunity to shoot some behind-the-scenes photos on the set of Rigoletto’s music video for their new single Vandals. The single and the music video dropped today, and I can FINALLY share these photos that have been burning a hole in my computer. Enjoy the photos, watch the music video, and give these talented guys a listen!
This past weekend, my dear friends Lindsey and Erick got married. I shot their engagement photos last fall, and on June 22, I had the pleasure and honor of photographing their wedding. I haven’t even finished unpacking and I’m already posting a few pictures from the wedding. Here is a first look of the first look.
Lindsey and Erick: I’ll save my words for later, but congratulations. You two could not have made a more beautiful couple. Enjoy honeymooning in Spain!