It all happens in a moment. A split second and then it’s gone forever. The first look between a bride a groom. The kids all playing happily. Grandma and Grandpa dancing in the sunset. Love. Joy. Connections. It’s hard to find the right photographer for this. Someone who you can connect with and feel comfortable with. You’re giving them you and your most tender and vulnerable moments.
it takes seven years for friendship to become permanent. Well, Leah, I’ve known you for seven years this past October!! The first impression I remember (naturally I can’t recall meeting her at an ungodly hour in the morning after spending two days in airports on my way up to Alaska), she was dressed as a cute little ladybug running around the halls of Lathrop smiling to everyone as they walked by. And if that doesn’t represent this bundle of sunshine, then I don’t know what does.
Marriage is… reckless.
You risk your entire life with one person. Trusting them to stand by your side. Trusting yourself to be that person by their side.
It can go either way and all you have is each other.
Mandi and Juaquine are two people that really truly taught me that a reckless abandonment is exactly what you need.
I met Morgan four years ago at a small Bible school on a sheep farm near Carnforth, England.
She is one of the dorkiest and most compassionate ladies I know and the Lord Jesus has blessed me for keeping us together this long! When she asked me to shoot her wedding in Kelowna, I was absolutely honored to be able to give her something like that for her big day! I didn’t meet Tom until we got to BC, and the second I saw him, I noticed he dripped with the same dorky adorableness that Morgan does.