Category Archives: Weddings

Melanie + Victoria

I want to be cool about how I talk about this wedding but the truth is that it’s embarrassing how much I loved it. And so I’ll write but will probably still be unable to convey the magic. Of course the details were understated yet elegant, the ambiance casual yet meticulously planned, activities relaxed yet […]

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Jessie + Rory

I could photograph these two looking at each all day long…it’s wonderful to see the fierce and wonderful way they love each other.

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Curtis and Hillary’s Photobooth

The photo booth has become a mainstay of weddings…little booths with feathered boas and Viking hats. You cram in, make a mug and get a little strip to hang on the fridge. But to have an open stage on which to act up and only your crazy, kooky selves, your fun loving family and friends […]

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Sarah and Robert’s Wedding

Sometimes its just a nice wedding. It’s all the things I imagine a wedding to be…good people coming together to celebrate good people. There is intention but the planning doesn’t overwhelm the principles (or principals). For me, this was exactly that kind of wedding. I’ll reiterate what I feel like I say time and time […]

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Liz + Chris

this is a wedding.    a day filled with love. with nervousness and excitement, anticipation, anxiety. a day of expectation and anticipation. and wonder. a day populated with friends. family. kids. people you’ve known forever and people you feel like you’ve known forever. a day of splendor and decadence and celebration. the pay off from months and […]

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decidedly real

for many years now I’ve photographed my gay friends weddings. I’ve witnessed and honored their commitments. watched them join together, have kids, create a family. and it has felt real. it was real. and yet it feels different now. unbelievably so. it’s not a matter of creating space for ourselves. of standing up and demanding […]

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parents now

Weddings are funny things. Beautiful days filled with big emotions, carefully constructed details, time honored traditions. I see people on “their big day”. The culmination of years of courting, months of planning and days of stress and anticipation. I see a wonderful, joyous, big part of who they are. But coming back years later and seeing them […]

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