This “job” is really, truly incredible. I get to meet amazing couples, document the love they share and be a small but important part of the happiest day of their lives. To be able to do something so purposeful and meaningful for all of these great people is immensely fulfilling.
Katie and Antonio are certainly two great people and one amazing couple. I feel blessed that what I do with a camera allowed our paths to cross and I feel grateful to call them friends. For their engagement session we started on Vanderbilt’s campus where Katie was completing her graduate’s degree and finished in a beautifully scenic, private location where Katie even included a “wedding rings” quilt that her grandmother made. I love the personal touches of the location and details of this session, but what really makes these images special are the two people in them and the connection they share.
They’ll be wed next summer in the Old Cathedral of Salamanca, the city in Spain where Antonio grew up. My wife and I cannot wait to spend a week in Spain with them, their friends and their families, and to say that I’m honored to be documenting their wedding celebration would be a huge understatement.
All images captured on Fuji 400N film