cruisin’ through the south side of seattle w/ my trusty canon 5d
canon 5d w/ canon 16-35L
driving around detroit with lisa…
i wish i didn’t sound like a little gushy schoolgirl when i mention how happy/lucky/excited i was to be invited to photograph heather and mike’s special day. heather, who is from washington and mike, from florida, met in new york and chose to have their wedding as a weekend getaway in the catskills, a couple hours outside of manhattan.
with a destination wedding, they kept it small, only parents and immediate friends. so intimate, even the cake and dress were made by guests (omg pockets in her wedding dress!!!). this made for a perfect day, and i cannot thank them enough for allowing me and my camera into that small circle.
canon 5d w/ canon 24-70L & 580ex flash onboard
this photo was taken while meredith and i took an unknown path back to our friends house… we were beneath the city’s rail system in the fishtown area of philly. no tripod, no strobes… i had tried using my own bike seat to stabilize. this was my favorite from that night.
heather and mike got married last weekend at a camp in the catskill mountains of new york. i was fortunate enough to be asked to photograph the wonderful event.
lomo lca w/ kodak ektachrome 200, cross-processed
canon 5d w/ 16-35L
carpooling means i get to visit places i rarely see otherwise
contax t2 w/ outdated portra vc
a quick snap of a girl i just met… kate. this was at the six19 building in pioneer square, seattle during the Art Walk, in the style of terry richardson
a stop along our lengthy drive back from eastern washington
wedding day in la conner, washington
party on the sound
one of the first shots of the day with hugh and nora on their wedding day
taken on lone point, washington with canon 5d, 16-35L, and 580ex along the puget sound