I had the pleasure, again, of second shooting for Valerie Schooling a couple weeks ago. Brennan and Brad were married at St. Luke’s Chapel on MUSC campus, and had their reception across the street at the Wickliffe House (with amazing catering by Mediterra). Candice at Yoj Events provided flawless and thoughtful coordination. As always, ECBC church family weddings are always so fun and so sweet.
With their wedding at the surprisingly photogenic Divine Redeemer Catholic Church (purple wall,–who knew?) and the unique beach-pier-cabana venue of the Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina, Jennifer and Jory had the perfect Charleston Wedding. As a wedding photographer who attends many dozens of weddings a year, I’m not ashamed to say that this family made me cry a more than once. We made a very special album preview presentation. Please enjoy!
Maribeth and Ben had a lovely evening wedding. Valerie Schooling was the lead photographer, and I tagged along because we love this family. This is our third time photographing a Kellenbenz daughter, so the wedding was just so special for us. St. Philip’s Church in downtown Charleston is perhaps the most well-known Charleston landmark, so we had a great time during our portrait sessions.
We wanted to do something a little extra for Maribeth, since we’ve become so close to her family, so I put together a special presentation of her wedding album predesign. Enjoy!
Images by Valerie Schooling and Nathan Bell.
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There’s something about the brisk November weather that brings out the romance in the air. Andy and Jen’s evening wedding took place at beautiful Space Gallery, which is nestled in the heart of Denver, Colorado’s Art District on Santa Fe Drive. Their love for each other was such a beautiful thing to behold, and their vows didn’t leave a dry eye in the room.
During their first dance, they swayed around , as Jen put it, “like fools in love.” A big thank you to my dear brother-in-law Ryan assisting me at this wedding and creating even more stories to share. Ask me sometime about the first dance, a lit candle, and glass on the floor. Thank you Andy & Jen for letting me celebrate with you!
Jackson was such a happy little model, and no “accidents” were involved in the making of these photos. We hope you enjoy the first professional photos of this cute little guy and his family.