Archive for May, 2010
Sarah and Tim were married on a beautiful Richmond afternoon in March. After a cloudy engagement session and a rainy bridal session (indoors, thankfully), who’d have guessed we’d hit the jackpot with a warm and sunny spring day? Well, no one was complaining, for sure. The day started at the Salisbury Presbyterian Church for the ceremony and then we moved on to the delightful Willow Oaks Country Club. Thank you to the Reyes and Young families for being so easy to work with and to all the family and guests for providing us with a great environment to capture moments for Sarah and Tim. Also, stay tuned to the humanstoryfilms.com blog for the wonderful video work of Bill Gaff and his staff. Thank you and we’ll see you again soon!
Ahh, spring in Richmond. The weather is so lovely and predictable that we decided to have two sessions! Rain throughout our first session kept things inside and to the side quite a bit. While we still had fun with umbrellas and puddles, we thought it would be best to come back and do a little sunny side-session. So, a few weeks later we moved from Shockoe Bottom over to the river and the Tredegar Iron Works. Tommy and Kathleen were such good sports and a bunch of fun to be around. Can’t wait for your wedding in October, you two! Enjoy.
Back to the Gopalakrishnan home for Riyaan’s third session of the year and we couldn’t wait to see how he’d grown. You may have seen the prior sessions (newborn and 3 months, and it just keeps getting better. Gauri and Jennifer, thank you again for inviting us in and we’ll see you at Year 1!
I thought I’d throw a few images from Sarah’s bridal portrait session just before I posted their wedding. These were shot at the beautiful Bolling-Haxall house in downtown Richmond. Thanks to Natalie Gordon of Avenue 42 Designs for makeup and photo assistance 🙂