Say hello to Blaine (I know!) and Michelle. They have both served in the United States military and she is on active duty, as were many of their wedding guests. They made us feel proud of where we come from, and I’m so glad we got to skip across the pond and shoot their incredible wedding. On a personal note, this trip to DC was deeply moving to both Keith and myself, as we had just started to feel the pangs of homesickness in foggy London. The second we stepped off the plane into our homeland, we just knew we needed a burrito. Thanks, Blaine and Michelle, for the opportunity to shoot your wedding, and all the joy that came from your big day.
Question. What do you get when you cross a two-year-old who knows how to pose for the camera with Hyde Park in Autumn? The perfect family shoot, that’s what.
Oopsies, it’s been a while since we blogged some pictures. Let’s fix that, shall we?
For our 4th anniversary, we took a train to Paris. I actually made a solid effort not to trap myself behind my camera the entire time, so perhaps these photos are a somewhat different view of Paris. We only photographed what we thought was worth it, the rest we’ll save for postcards. Although, I wish I had photographed the food. Because it. was, amazing. and now I really miss it.
Ladies and gentlemen, The Mona Lisa.
Versailles was OVER THE TOP.
This is our very first family photo shoot across the pond, in Surrey, UK. These are my (Megan’s) cousins, and we went out for a delightful morning walk to the park for some pictures. The lighting in this country? A photographer’s dream.
We’ve been off gallivanting around for a while, and so it’s probably time for a quick blog update, yes? I have some adorable cuteness, some beautiful family shots, and one of the most touching weddings we’ve ever shot in my backlog. But instead, I’m going to post these super weird situation I stumbled upon in downtown LA yesterday on my way home. The guy in the hat was painting the guy in the sequins.
Hmm. You probably don’t hear that sentence every day.