Monthly Archives: May 2012

Sarah + Andrew’s Wedding

As I told my wife this morning, I love weddings when I know some of the guests or bridal party because I photographed their wedding. Sarah and Andrew came to me thanks to her cousin Julianna, who’s wedding I photographed in February of 2011. The weather was significantly warmer yesterday and it was awesome to work with such a laid back couple. Their vows that were written by each of them were touching and you could see the love between them throughout the day. Enjoy a snapshot of their day…while I dry out my wedding shoes after getting caught by a wave during their beach bridal party pictures!

Amanda & Andy’s Wedding

Amanda wedding weekend part two! Amanda and Andy (sorry Andy for calling you Ben a couple times) were the second wedding of the weekend and again couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather. It was amazingly beautiful and another blast of a wedding. Amanda and Andy were so laid back and fun to be around from their engagement session to the wedding, I couldn’t have been luckier in working with a more awesome couple. Their wedding was also the least I have ever traveled for a wedding with their hotel and reception less than a mile from my house and the church just a couple miles away. Thanks again Amanda and Andy for picking me and enjoy the slideshow from your day!

Amanda Robert - May 14, 2012 - 10:23 PM

This slideshow is so beautiful!! Congrats again Mr. and Mrs. Kirby! Love you both!!!!

Amanda + Ben’s Wedding

Amanda and Ben were the first of my Amanda wedding double-header this weekend…stay tuned for the second Amanda wedding later today! So, Amanda and Ben came to me thanks again to Maria and Steve who I was happy to see as guests again. Their day could not have been more ideal for an outdoor wedding at Pen Ryn, one of my favorite venues to photograph weddings. It was especially fun to have Cooper at the wedding, Amanda and Ben’s dog…he was a great subject. Enjoy a snapshot of their day.

Corporate Headshots

I’m don’t normally target corporate work, but sometimes brides and grooms lead to other interesting work. Thanks to Rachel I was asked to get some updated portraits of her firm’s partners. When approaching corporate headshots I have a different approach. I prefer environmental portraits and ask each person who their clients and coworkers know…so are they a smiling, serious, or joking kind of person. So here is an example of how I approached the shoot…one artificially lighted set and one natural light. Being limited to the partner’s house was challenging, but the results turned out pretty well!