After our engagement shoot, Kerryanne sent me a lovely message saying that it had felt more like they were spending time with a friend than with a photographer. If these sentiments alone were the reason for doing what I do, I would be content but it’s so much more than that. Every wedding is so individual, so deeply personal. Sure we start as strangers but by the end we are genuine friends.
I still remember talking to Ben the first time we met, he had a mischievous grin. He is a man of kindness and love for the things important in life; his family. Kerryanne and Ben did their wedding their way, the way they wanted to and it was just beautiful. Set in Blackwood Forest, on a somewhat ominous day, I had to gasp a little (in a good way) when Kerryanne floated down that hill through those beautiful pines to heavy music playing. Every little detail about this wedding seemed to embody the two beautiful people I had gotten to know. It seems perfectly fitting that as I write these words, I can hear it raining outside. It rained on Kerryanne and Ben’s wedding day and not once, for a second did they mind.
I think that’s enough from me… Photos are much better at this thing called story-telling, than I am.
Music by Lyla Foy.
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