Channeling a bit of the Beat Generation in this set of photos of Erik Anderson for a long form piece in the heavy table about local food, basque men’s cooking clubs, music, and spring.
The sky is dark and quiet. The stressful, anxiety inducing parts of the day are done, all that is left is the celebrating.
Of course I remember you – I spend hours talking with you at your wedding, following up with you on email, looking at your face and the faces of all your loved ones as I edited the images from your wedding. And it is one of my biggest pleasures to see you again, with your new kids, your parents, your extended family, your friends, and see how your life has grown since we first met.
That is how I feel every time I get an email like this “You might not remember us – you shot our wedding 2 years ago. Can you take a photo of our newborn?”
I documented the Ain Dah Yung Center‘s Cherish the Children Pow Wow this spring. It is impossible to color the full feel of being there – the colors, energy, drums, dancing. But I tried to capture some moments that convey the feeling of being there, and some that show the playful modern nature of this Children’s Pow Wow.
Love this broken down stairway at the Loring Pasta bar – just letting Katie + Ross catch up after their ceremony.
If music be the food of love, play on.
And so with Susan and Levi’s wedding, a rotating cavalcade of talent took over the stages – from Levi’s family singing group ensembles to acoustic ceremony preludes, to all out rock and roll. Natural, vibrant, and a very true way to celebrate. Also, Susan ordered up some snow (literally – it fell during the first dance) and also in the light snowfall during the evening.