Monday, April 28, 2008

Wedding- Thomas and Melissa

As you can see this was a kick butt wedding for us. Thomas and Melissa were so cool and relaxed, it made our job easy. The ceremony was at the Baughman Center and reception at the Haile Country Club. As you can see the couple had a visit from Albert and Alberta which made for a great series of shots. All and all we got some great moments and some creative portraits. This is gonna be a fantastic album!.


**If you read my blog you will know I do not overly gush about vendors but I am bending the rules to give a shout out to Allison Middleton who was the coordinator for this event. Doing weddings for many years I feel qualified to say she is truly amazing. She made the day so smooth and on track which is a rare thing with weddings. The special touches she made led to some of my favorite images of the day. Thanks Allison!

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Wedding- Brent and Kelly

This was one of biggest events of the year and it was first class all the way. Kelly readily admits she has been planning this since she was born.

It was our second Ginn Resort wedding and first at Hammock Beach. This place is a sight to be seen and if anybody is considering getting married there, you will not be disappointed.

Brent and Kelly are a great couple and could not have been nicer to us. We were hoping to hit a home run on this and I am happy to say we are still rounding the bases.

Guess who is playing those guitars???? (answer at bottom)


Gainesville natives Sister Hazel ( a great great band if you have not heard them) Kelly went to school with them and they could not refuse her charm and determination when she asked them to play a set at her wedding. Andrew gave me permission to use the song "This kind of Love" on my upcoming new website.....AWESOME!

Friday, April 4, 2008

Engagement- Jeremy and Erin

OK, so I have been burning out on the usual engagement locations in and around Gainesville so I decided to give downtown a try. The urban look is popular and lots of other photographers tend to shoot around that area. Hope to do more of these and find some other "hidden gem" locations in downtown g-ville.

I could not have asked for a better looking couple as they both shine in front of the camera. I especially liked Marian's idea with the fishing pole.