Photographing a wedding truly is telling a story. It is a magical, complicated story where planning, chaos, stress, and love come together to produce something beautiful. Ed Runyon and I teamed up to tell this story from two perspectives. Ed will tell it from the bride's (Kate) point of view. I have the incredibly enjoyable job of telling the story from my cousin, the groom's, (Andy) point of view. This is a side of the story that often gets overlooked. The guys and I had a blast taking these pictures. They were all great sports.
Here's the Link to Ed Runyon's site and his great photos (Click on photos to get to his site and Kate's part of the Story)
Here is Andy's part of the story:
Andy is one of the hardest working guys I know and he and Kate worked really hard at this wedding! Andy even cooked the brisket served for dinner. I envied the smoke ring he got on the brisket. Pulling him away from the cooking and set up in order to take photographs was like pulling teeth, but we got there.
Finally got the guys together to take some shots... Yes this is how the afternoon went. Only Scott would give the Groom a wet willy... (Yes the we got a good shot too...) On a more serious note... Ok, not so much. I think Andy was planning his escape... They chased him down eventually.
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Thank you Kate and Andy for allowing us to capture this time and tell your story. It was a wonderful day, in a beautiful setting with amazing people. It is difficult to top that . Don't worry, there are many, many more photos coming of family, friends and memorable moments. I can not wait to see the story of Kate that Ed is going to tell. We wish you both the best!
More to come!
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