One of my favorite sayings in business is- “you never know where your next job will come from”. So, basically just treat everyone with the same respect, kindness, and customer service no matter how big or small the job is. This rang true for me on this wedding. I had done some portraits for my eye doctor who in turn recommended me to his sister Katie and the rest of this beautiful relationship is history!
I so enjoyed every minute of documenting Katie and Geoff’s wedding. They have such strong family ties and are surrounded by amazingly loving and loyal people. So wonderful to be a witness to all of that connection.
These two were a joy to work with. So easy going and laid back and just plain comfortable in front of the camera. Katie used to model for a local wedding magazine and it showed. She knew the game!
Working with reflections of varying types. Katie getting excited checking out her make-up in the mirror, and Geoff getting a straight razor shave in the River Market.
Wonderful moment when Katie’s mom put the finishing touch of the veil on.
Katie’s girls react to the final product.
On the way to the ceremony.
The church is downtown right next to Bartle Hall. Grace and Holy Trinity is such a wonderful place to have a wedding.
Katie sees her dad for the first time at the church.
They then catch up on the days events.
Finally ready to walk down the aisle. I love this shot by my assistant Kate.
The reaction to the vows.
We took some time real fast for some sweet portraits on the roof of the Clubhouse on Baltimore.
I call this the bathroom bustle.
Katie’s dress was not bustling real well so her maid of honor and Katie’s mom take every last minute to work on it.
The first dance.
I really wish Katie was a bit more expressive that day!…………………………just kidding people. I had no problems knowing how she felt all day as evident in the toasts.
More toast reaction.
Neon Blue gets the dancing going.
This is professional air guitar!
Finally, a little Katie sandwich.
It was great at the end of the night how they just did not want it to end and stayed till the last guest was gone and then made their way to the Drum Room to continue the celebration.