Sunday, November 16, 2014

It's in the details

A wedding provides a forum to become obsessed with details. As an artist I appreciate these details, as someone who loves history, especially the personal narrative, it is the heirloom details that always compel me. It is not about placing value on a thing, so much as it is having some object that brings pieces of one's most important history all together. As a photographer beyond the details of light and composition I seek details of your history. For this bride its the ring that had been her mothers and her mother's veil that was reworked into hers today. This wedding was an extremely happy occasion, fostered by a past looking forward to a bright future, shaped by many women (and men) who love this bride and groom to pieces.

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