This is a set of images from a wedding this past weekend, where I was helping out the incomparable Tony Hoffer up in Chicago. Tony is a good friend of mine and a brilliant photographer, so when circumstances permitted us to work together, I was thrilled to collaborate. The weather was uncooperative with the outdoor wedding plans, but in retrospect it added many interesting facets to the photography. As I was not the primary photographer here, you may notice some differences and/or omissions from my standard coverage.
the bride made this tie for her dog…
the groom looked JUST like Wes Bentley
When Randi mentioned that she and Wes had two white Bichons, I KNEW I wanted to do a white-on-white bridal with her and the dogs…
Elizabeth and Bill were married this past weekend at a beautiful ceremony in Our Savior Lutheran Church here in Nashville, TN. I couldn’t have asked for a couple with more sincerity and chemistry. The reception was held at fabulous Belmont Mansion, which also made my photographic job easier.
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Elizabeth is a beautiful lady who was married this past weekend. I hope you enjoy her bridal portraits, taken in my downtown Nashville studio! The first shot is my favorite: I really feel that it is both an illustration of how lovely she looked AND a hint of her personality.
Randi & Wes linked up with me the other day for an engagement session that started in the studio, moved through Radnor Lake, and then wound up at a Starbucks. They had their first date at a ‘Bucks, so it was a fun way to create some relaxed lifestyle portraits. The second studio portrait was directly inspired by Avedon’s Portrait of Alfred Leslie & Lisa Bigelow (small photo on right).
I hope you enjoy them!