Friendship is understated in photography. We have a simple idea around here “Come as Clients, Leave as Friends”. It’s our company motto actually (If I need to so expressly label it). It’s important that we operate this way… or else the images would be lifeless, repetitive, and stale. These are my friends Angela and Bryan – see their life and love.
I love this session. I really really really really (really) do. I think it would be easy to assume that I’m professionally obligated to tell you that – but that’s not the case. I am legitimately proud of these images. One big reason for that? I really really really (really) love that people in them. I think you will too actually 🙂 Please click on the “read more” button to see more of their imagery.
I love Lauren and Brett bunches. These two became my friends from day one. Like – buddy / buddy kinda friendship. I photographed their wedding and celebrated alongside them. I laughed out loud as Brett pulled imaginary guns on me all day. I cherish the pants and various gifts they bought me as thank you gifts. These two are my friends – and now they’re married. Enjoy their story 🙂
I always love couples who are as excited about being photographed as I am to photograph them, This was definitely the case with this married couple in downtown Cleveland. You may remember Lisa and Aaron from their epic wedding two years ago. In fact these two took first place in our Image of the year Competition in 2012, now they are trying for a second win with this artwork.
As I’ve mentioned before , I love indian weddings. I especially love when I have awesome couples like Ambika & Abi. They’re a great couple, and our whole team has loved serving them and their family. We spent 3 days with them for their wedding weekend, capping off the celebration at the new Westin in Cleveland.
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I love my career. I’m not sure everyone gets to say that about their work, but I really mean it. I’m thankful every time I press the shutter. I’m grateful every time a couple invites me into their lives. I’m still awestruck that I get to do this for “work”. Please see the images and read the story about this awesome Indian wedding at LaCentre!
Bethany and Parker’s backyard wedding took place at Parker’s parent’s house in Bratenahl right on the lake. This little neighborhood is a hidden gem just east of Cleveland. It was my first time visiting and I enjoyed myself very much. It rained off and on all day but that didn’t stop the party by any means.
It was fun, it was outside, it was by the water, it was a wee bit hot – but most importantly it was an incredibly fun wedding day. I love this couple – and I loved the wedding vendor team that pulled it off. You really have to see Katie & Ethan’s wedding at the Shoreby club to understand the joy, love and beauty that made these images happen.