When I met this couple I was delighted, overjoyed and most of all appreciative that they saw the artistic side of me. It's not everyday that people say, "We are getting married and we want an artist to be our photographer." Especially when one of them is an extremely talented architect.
I loved their vibe, their dispositions and high expectations...they challenged me, made me feel inspired and most of all showed me all the love they had which enabled me to capture these photos. It's pretty powerful when the art of photography at a wedding with an kinetic couple comes together...I fall in love with my job. Kim + John are reminders that in life and work; Like Attracts Like!
Kim and John planned their intimate wedding at one of my favorite locations; the Sundy House in Delray Beach, Florida. What a jungle. As the morning light came over the bamboo, the entire place was lit up with the sun. The emotion of their thoughtfulness and family was ever so present in this space over looking the koi pond under a tree. It is the most beautiful, luscious and exotic places I know! Enjoy!
March 01, 2012
February 04, 2011
As I begin to ponder what to write about Meredith & Evan here on my blog I reminisce their intimate wedding at the Sundy House in Delray Beach. It's a classy Key West style cottage inn and restaurant. Just as you hear the sounds of the leaves dancing in the wind you see what seems like an endless pathways meandering through a green jungle. It was the charm of this tucked away place I was loving! A secret venue planted in a hip, classy yet bohemian town. As I arrived, I was feeling both adventurous in this jungle & a bit romantic! As I fantasized, the light splashes through the trees and I begin to envision how my pictures are going to turn out...it was then time stood still. (Ohhh how I love when that happens!)
So here they are! A few of many I took while documenting Meredith getting ready, their jewish ceremony and lunch reception. I appreciated Meredith and Evans trust in giving me creative freedom to take pictures prior to the ceremony! I loved they way they held onto each other and knew that they were not only going to soon be married but would walk down the isle and begin a new adventure. I too was able to witness the people who were closest to them in their lives while seated in this little place like heaven as they said their vows under the most rustic and fragrant chuppah! Enjoy these images and cheers to a great couple that I admire. I'm looking forward to sharing Dorians video when it is ready in a few weeks. I know it will compliment the photographs and bring more life to all the fleeting moments that danced like the leaves on the trees!