Every photographer has their own style that defines them, but for me I guess you could say it’s more like a heartbeat. It’s not about what’s trendy or what’s hot. Instead, every time I shoot, every picture I take, every couple I meet- it’s about feeling and emotion. It’s about all that exists between a couple that is unspoken.
This wedding had plenty of both; feeling and emotion, and while I could go on and on about what a wonderful time was had and how great everyone looked, it all comes down to this first photo for me… Most people save the best for last, but with this wedding I couldn’t help but save the best for first, my favorite photo. This photo represents all the beauty of that intangible quality that unites and defines a couple.
Chris and Katie’s wedding took place at a historic pavilion that was built in 1902 and was later converted into a roller rink for the small town of West Milton, OH. When I walked into the venue, I could almost hear the sound of roller skates whizzing by on the original floor. As I looked around, I couldn’t help but be pulled in by the great details from generations past. Such a nostalgic venue combined with Chris and Katie’s endearing love made this wedding a delight to shoot!
Thank you Chris and Katie for letting me be a part of your special day!