I often surprise people when I tell them just how far I’ve traveled to photograph a wedding. New England certainly isn’t the farthest destination, but this year it was one of my bigger trips. Living south of Rochester, New York I am conveniently both close and far away from a lot of places. I guess close is relative, and I am just one of those people who likes to travel. I am honored to have each and every couple I work with trust me to document their wedding day, and especially so when they ask me to join them in a location with travel. I suppose it speaks to all those couples before them who have shared kind words and images online so that they could find me and get to know me enough to start this journey together.
Molly and Chris were married this past weekend in a place close to their hearts – Marion, Massachusetts – which is where Molly spent many summers with her family. It is home of the Kittansett Club, a gorgeous golf course and venue on the sea at the start of the cape. My connection to Molly and Chris was through Pittsburgh, and the people and weddings I have shot in that great city. Like all my Pittsburgh couples they are undeniably wonderful and fun – I’m not kidding! I can not wait until the day their friends get in touch with me and I have the chance to photograph another fabulous wedding and see them again.
After 12 hrs of photographing on Saturday I spent Sunday recovering and got up at 5am to fly to Detroit today. I’m in town for Lauren and Joe’s wedding and I simply can not wait to photograph every amazing part of the day. It has been a busy month, as I knew September would be, but I’m taking it one day at a time. Thanks to all of you who have been encouraging and to my amazing clients for being extra understanding as I try to have some balance during this busy season.
If you want to see more from Molly + Chris’s day stay tuned here for updates + thanks for stopping by!