Hey guys! We hope everyone has had a super start to the year! After a whirlwind and unforgettable 2017 (the birth of our wee boy Bruno being one of the biggest moments for us) the last couple of weeks have been a long-overdue time to slow things down a bit, find some new inspiration and reflect on where we want to steer 2018.
We have some really exciting destinations on the horizon (Ireland, France, Denmark, Italy, Australia, Morocco, Wales and Poland) as well as a tonne of new fresh ideas for the year ahead. One thing that we pushed to the side a bit last year was blogging. We really want to change that in 2018 and we’re already preparing some stories as we speak.
We’re going to kick things off with the wild and SUPER windy outdoor wedding in Alaska of Kristian and Caleb that I photographed a few months back in September!
Alaska was one of those places that you always hear about but never really expect to have the opportunity to visit and finally being there after talking about for so long felt kind of surreal. Spending time in Alaska was great but being there with great people made the whole experience even better. Caleb and Kristian (who happens to be an awesome wedding photographer) were two of the sweetest people I’ve met and they went out of their way to make my time there unforgettable. Spending time with them and their friends and close family was a real honour.
I also got to hang with two extremely awesome and talented human-beings, Margaret and Corey from Margaret & Corey Wedding Filmakers. They were a total blast to work with and two of the nicest people. I really hope to collaborate again with them someday again over in my neck of the woods!
I also can’t go without saying a massive thank you to the extremely talented Grace Adams who 2nd shot for me on Kristian and Caleb’s wedding day (and who I must credit for a few of the below photos too). It was a real honour meeting and working with Grace and I really appreciate her time and talent. So here it goes, Kristian and Caleb’s wild and windy outdoor wedding in Alaska… the first of a few stories coming over the next few weeks!