This post is slightly different than my usual blog updates. Though, you the viewer/reader, may not notice anything different about it at all. It all looks the same – there’s some text, followed by wedding-related pictures. So…what’s up? Beca is one of my really close friends and I had the distinct honor of being her wedding photographer! People in the industry say that you should never work for your family or your friends, but I did it and it was RAD. You already have some chemistry with your “clients” and all the friends and family know who you are. Although, I think that those two things tend to make me a little bit more nervous than usual. What if they hate the pictures? Will they still be my friends?! Nah….they’ll like ’em. They better! 😉
I’ve known Beca for about 10-or-so years now. There’s a lot of things about her that has changed, and there’s a lot that hasn’t. Lucky for us all, the things that have changed have all been for the better and the things that remained happen to be all of the things that we love about Beca. She’s always been the most spontaneous of my friends and she’s also been one of the most spiritual. Oh, and she laughs at every single one of my jokes, no matter how bad. She’s always so bubbly and full of energy. I’m glad those two things have stuck around. And I am also glad I’ve been able to see her transform into who she is today. Most of all, I’m happy that she found the person she wants to spend the rest of her life with. They had a sweet 50’s themed(awesome dress!) wedding at the Umlauf Sculpture Gardens. It was a beautiful day. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, the breeze was blowing and you could feel all the wonderful positive energy in the air. Can’t ask for much more than that! Here are some of my favorite images from the day…I hope you all like them. Special thanks to Mr. Stefano Choi for 2nd shooting this one with me.