COVID changed Jill and Jamal’s wedding plans, but they brought the joy to their Hyland Hills wedding nonetheless. I’ve been a Minneapolis wedding photographer for 15 years. I don’t have words for what its been like to run a small business during COVID, and I think that this experience will leave an indelible mark on us, like living through the great depression, or WWII. Yes, we are forever changed by 2020. And also yes, this gives us a new clarity – cherish your togetherness.
Maura and Tony’s winter Aria wedding was the kind of intimate and joy-filled day that stays with me. I’m so happy to share this beautiful wedding, and hoping these lovely memories have been a balm during the isolation of 2020.
So, thank you 2020 for the clarity you have provided – the total joy of celebrating this MN camp wedding, the promise that we will gather again.
Marie and Andrew’s City Hall wedding was pre-pandemic, so it was small but not socially distanced. What would the photos look like if I had shot it during restrictions? Definitely more masks during the cocktail hour and the ceremony. Otherwise, very similar – small group, outside photos when we can.
Merav and Ian’s celebration was equal parts ceremony and celebration, and that made for one amazing party!
ENJOYING THIS THEODORE WIRTH CHALET INTO THE EVENING LIGHT Before I talk about the gorgeous summer celebration that was Brianna and Joe’s Theodore Wirth wedding, let me make a quick photo rant: Over and over again, I hear couples ask about tricky lighting situations and dark spaces. What will it be like when the sun…
I’m always psyched when a couple tells me they are planning their wedding at Solar Arts in NE Minneapolis because I know that we definitely share two things in common: we love food, and we value how your guests celebrate with you! So I was thrilled to meet with Megan and James for a beer…