As with all of my former students, it's always an honor to be asked to photograph their wedding for them. Nothing comes closer to a sense of family than these opportunities. To spend time teaching them, seeing them graduate, and then eventually get married is a special experience. I could write so many words about Alex, but this wedding was just too beautiful for me to bore with anymore of my own sentiments. Take a look: (click on the thumbnail to see the full image)
From the moment that I met Matt, there were no doubts that we were gonna have an awesome senior portrait session. This guy drops class and sophistication all over the place. Check out some photos from his session right here and see what I mean.
This past weekend, I had the great opportunity to do some photography work for a band that's very near and dear to my heart: Coleville. I say this because the founder of the band happens to be my best friend, and I have occasionally contributed musically to their albums in the past. Anyways, they wanted some new photos to use for their upcoming album and also for some promotional work that they put out occasionally. If you are curious about their music, here's a link to their reverbnation website with some sample songs: https://www.reverbnation.com/coleville
We met on a chilly afternoon in New Castle, Pennsylvania, where they are all from and had a great time. Here are some of my favorites from the day's work:
In every photographer's life, there comes that time when you meet a family and say to yourself, "These people are adorable and I can't wait to take their photos someday!" Well, that day finally came for us, and, as expected, their cuteness came through in spades.
For some people, having your portrait taken can be stressful and nerve-wracking. But, when you're Nathan, you just make it all look easy. Thanks for the privilege of taking your senior portraits, Nathan.
Thank you, Connor for the honor of being your senior portrait photographer!