It’s our ten-year wedding anniversary today! As I recall from etiquette books, the traditional gift is an electronic web log post. DONE!
I can’t believe it has been that long. We have done so many cool things over our marriage so far – probably why it seems like the time has flown. How many football games have we seen in a stadium? How many dance steps have we learned? Oor at least are familiar with? How many places have we traveled and visited on long plane trips, or shorter car rides?
Thanks for sticking with me through long photography assignments and other bouts of creativity. You have helped to foster creative ideas for me and my photography. It would have been a much tougher time to get TimeLine Media where it is today without a good manager looking at the big picture while I’m editing through huge collections. I’m sure there are more just around the corner that I could use your help! The wedding was just the first of our large projects together. With all the ones we have faced since then, I am more convinced that there are not too many things that we could not tackle together. By the way, I need help measuring for dance pants.
I think we make a great team – here is to many more anniversaries!
A few weekends ago, we traveled to Glen Allen, VA to photograph this beautiful wedding. Monica’s family has been friends with my parents for as long as I can remember, so it was a great privilege to document this important day for them. Marco, I met for the first time when we made their engagement photos, but I knew right away that these two would definitely have fun for their celebration!
It was a great day for celebrating with two large, loving families coming together. It is hard work to photograph a wedding day properly, but these was a real highlight for my photography this year! When you know something about the subjects you are photographing, you are more invested and you work even harder to get even better photos. I hope they enjoy the images for a VERY long time – best of luck to you both!
When the season start to change from Summer to Fall in northern Virginia, we are so lucky to have some beautiful light outside to make photos. These two asked me to make some engagement photos prior to their wedding next summer. With the sun going down earlier in the day, and the weather being a little milder, it was a perfect time to have a nice portrait session. Green Spring Park in Annandale, VA is a beautiful backdrop for photos. There is a lots of green areas, flowers, as well as structures that are perfect settings for all kinds of photos.
The 18th century historic home has beautiful red bricks and green shutters that are looks like printed backgrounds that photographers roll out in studios. Having the real thing to work with is much better! Although I was disappointed that a very large tree at the back of the house did not survive the last winter. But even the stump makes a great seat!
If you have any reason to get some family or other portraits, please let me know! It is very close to the holidays, a great time to update family photos. I know I will be making a lot of new ones this year.