Christina and Ronson were the best. So in love. My favorite make-up artist Linda Wagner was there putting the finishing touches on Christina’s total princess look when I arrived. She looked georgeous! Her parents were awesome. I captured a very special moment between them right before the ceremony started.
Villa Siena is one of those wedding venues that has been designed with the utmost in style and elegance. It looks like a Tuscan villa. So where did I bring the bride for a cool shot? Why the ladies room, of course. I notice a wall in the ladies room that had great texture and a fabulous spot light above it. I leaned the bride against the wall and voila!
Eight bridesmaids and eight groomsmen, and they almost didn’t make it to Phoenix. There was a blizzard in Michigan and many of their flights were delayed. Needless to say they were happy to finally arrive in the Valley of the Sun. I tried some infrared images at their wedding and am happy with the result. And a butterfly release offered some comic relief.
Destination weddings are great. Marissa and Andrew interviewed me several months back saying they wanted to fly me to Pebble Beach, California for their New Year’s wedding. I was happy to oblige. I love this couple. She’s a physical therapist, he’s a PGA pro golfer. The weather was beautiful, the people were fun. What more could I have asked for?