Erin was particularly interesting to work with as we are in associated industries (she is a documentary film producer and production specialist) – we didn’t lack for conversation subjects! I had the pleasure of working with Erin, her maids, her mom, and her ceremony officiant, and everyone was a delight.Read more
Emily booked me in advance and then came for her preview session a few months before her wedding. As I did her makeup, I noticed she was looking at me intently, but I didn’t think much of it. She and her husband have two beloved dogs (see photo below!) and so we were swapping canine stories, and in the course of the conversation I told her about my brother’s beasts. When I said one of them was an Irish Wolfhound, she got a funny look on her face, but when I said that other dog was a Tamaskan, she started saying “OH MY GOD!” repeatedly.Read more
A word from the bride: Austin and I met at work three years ago. Austin is a chef and I am the event planner for Savory Harvest Catering. I would say it was love at first site for both parties, but it took some push from both sides. I thought Austin was younger than he was and he didn't think I was available. We started dating about six months after meeting and got engaged about nine months after that. We were engaged about a year and a half before getting married, so we took some time to plan and make sure our day was perfect. You could say it was a whirlwind romance!Read more
I swear the love that Mike + Miccah have together is actually tangible, I’m pretty sure you could bottle it and sell it if you wanted to. When they embrace or look to each other, to them the rest of the world disappears and for us looking in you can’t help but feel happy too. Cheers to Mike + Miccah! -Jocelyn // It’s all about the happy!Read more
Rain drops softly bounced off the shoulder of John's jacket as he read from the sheet of paper with smudged vows. Pam and John never lost eye contact. I kept my camera focused on Pam as she brushed a tear away from her eyes. The rain came down a little harder now but they didn't notice and neither did their guests. This was their moment and we were all lost in it. Tears and then laughter escaped from the crowd who gathered to watch them marry in front of the Hancock Shaker Village Barn under the arbor that John had built.
It occured to me as I was capturing their ceremony, that rain is something that many wedding couples fear on their day and yet, here we were and this was one of the most romantic and moving ceremonies I had yet experienced.
Pam & John - your wedding filled me with so much joy. I am grateful you contacted me to capture your engagement session at a family home that holds wonderful memories and then to be there on your perfect wedding day highlighted here.