Elizabeth and Steve were married at the beautiful and historic St. Paul’s Shrine in Cleveland. Following the ceremony we took photos at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Wade Oval and Downtown Cleveland. The reception was in the Club at Key Center at the Marriott Key Center.
Elizabeth and Steve were amazing to be around all day. They were stress-free and smiled all day. They really value photography and were willing to devote a lot of time to get great shots. That makes things really fun and exciting for me.
I had the pleasure to work with Cuff and Veil Wedding Films for the first time in a long time. Doug and Andrew are really talented and work hard to get amazing shots. Best of all, they’re fun to work with and go above and beyond to make photography/videography a team effort.
It was a real pleasure and honor to be a part of Elizabeth and Steve’s big day. Congratulations Elizabeth and Steve!
It was a gorgeous day for engagement photos at Edgewater Park. Laura and Kelvin settled in right away with a lot of smiling and laughing. We moved around the park taking advantage of the Cleveland skyline and the setting sun. The way Laura and Kelvin interact and pose so naturally has me very excited about their October wedding. It will be here before we know it.
Brittany and Brian met at Oliver Twist in Downtown Willoughby, so it’s a special place for them. The folks at Oliver Twist were kind enough to let us take some photos at the bar. I really loved the lighting and ambiance. Brittany and Brian posed easily and naturally because they acted as though I wasn’t there, which is tough to do. We also bounced around the strip and took photos in other cool locations. Willoughby offers a lot of sweet backdrops.
I had a really great time with Brittany and Brian and I know their wedding in October is going to be a blast.
What a fun shoot with Megan and Kevin. We hooked up in the Flats at 7:00 to take advantage of the wonderful sunlight and we bounced around from spot to spot. The Flats offer a lot of really cool urban backdrops and skyline shots and I love shooting there. Megan and Kevin were awesome to work with. They were up for anything and super chill. We thought we were all wrapped up when I spotted a lit-up Sherwin Williams mural of Cleveland that I wanted to get as a backdrop (the last image in the post). They were all about it and it was definitely worth the time and effort. I’m really excited about their wedding in June. I know we’re going to get some amazing photos.