I must confess something. I have for a while thought of photography as a form of art somewhat below other forms like painting or songwriting. This might be a bit weird coming form someone who is a photographer and could not paint his way out of a box, but in another way it makes sense. Most people I assume are like me, always drawn to envy what someone else can do. Yet it is important to recognize each person has his own talents - and they need not be compared to one another. So here is the art that Tiffany and I have created. Art that is centered around the greatest of subjects - two people in love committing their lives in marriage - Jen and Chad. As you will see in the photographs there are times of laughter and great joy - times of silliness - and times of great passion. To Jen and Chad - we do not simply wish you years of this love - but more importantly, we wish you every moment of live embraced by this love.
The ring bearer would only agree to walk the aisle if he could go as a superhero - so he was the coolest ring bearer I have ever seen. His cape is below.
I love the pic to the bottom right. Kristin did a great job editing.
You can't tell from these photographs outside, but this was the hottest most humid day I have ever photographed. It was literally like a sauna. That being said, everything went well and Jen and Chad had a great time.
The bracelets and the rings were a gift from Jen and they are terrific.
The girls were cooling off Jen and I caught them!
Jen took me to this next location and I was so into it. Pillars are the best!
One of my favorite shots of the day.
I love this next group shot.
I think this actually is my favorite of the day. Jen was not posing for this picture, she was simply loving her time dancing with her husband. I was super lucky!
These next shots have a story. Jen's best friend since childhood caught the bouquet, and what turned out to be a nutty affair - Jen's dad caught the garter....so you can imagine that it made for a humorous remounting of the garter.