Josh and Alicia's Engagement
Williams McAvoy Wedding
Pictures That Take Themselves
Good photography skills make better pictures, but sometimes the framing does all the work for you. Lovely, lovely ladies with smiles that last forever.
I'm taking your picture.
The Light of My Life
Even in darkness, we hold onto each other and never let go.
A Living Frame
The flower girls unknowingly provided a beautiful frame to showcase the bride's dress.
The Sand Ritual
The pouring of the sand into the vial is a wedding tradition that holds great meaning for this couple.
I said to myself 'I'm not climbing up into the rafters today." This is me climbing up into the rafters. I think it turned out pretty well, minus the bruises on my shins
Moscato is not champagne, but it is the thought that counts.
The bride and her flower girls took a quiet moment to sit for this photograph before the wedding.
The day was hot, and the cake was melty, but it still tasted great.
And by decision, the winners of this bout are...the bride and groom!
You look at her as if seeing her for the first time. She's beautiful, and you realize you're the lucky guy who gets to marry her.
Tip: The moment right before the kiss is the best to avoid the cliche of having two people mash lips and then click the shutter release.
Here We Are
A trio of trouble if ever there was one.
Make Her Laugh
And remind her to smile.