Thursday, May 29, 2008

Wedding- Dan and Ellen

This is part 2 of our double header weekend. Ellen and her family are very special to us and we have been involved in many weddings together thus far. We instantly fell in love with Dan during the engagement shoot and just knew this would be a fun wedding.

Everyone faced some major hurdles getting this event in place. From our perspective it was perfect, every moment! Speaking of moments, here are a few to enjoy.

Kudos to the amazing staff of the Maison and Jardin in Orlando as they put together a beautiful wedding. They could not be nicer.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Weekend Off- Our Kids!

No weddings, no engagement shoots and no consultations. Our first weekend off in a long time and we decided to take our kids, Kathleen and Ryan, out for a shoot in Hawthorne. Such adorable faces and happy-go-lucky personalities makes me questions why there is not more time for these photographs. We treasure the time we have!

Wedding- Jordan and Skyler

Skyler and Jordan were part 1 of our double header weekend last weekend. Such a great couple they go together like butter on toast. I worked with Skyler at the Gainesville Sun for a couple years before she got really smart and enrolled in law School at UF. The ceremony was in the quaint town of Plant City and the reception was along the water of Tampa Bay at the Rusty Pelican.


Monday, May 19, 2008

Wedding- Eric and Pam

Fun Fun Fun! This couple just radiates an energy that few ever could. Marian and I got to sit back and be the visual fly on the wall photojournalists while still having plenty of time for some creative portraits after the ceremony.

The wedding was in Jacksonville at the Ribault Club on historic Fort George Island. It was our first wedding there and we could not say how much we loved it.

Hope you guys got that Mustang cleaned off and we wish you the best of luck. We truly hope this is not the last time we get to photograph you.


First dance.

OK I admit I think he was sweating but maybe, just maybe, it was a tear.

Wedding started at 5:00. Time to do the fire drill!