We flew home from Utah two days before Kate and Simon's wedding in McLaren Vale and the next day, with our body's still adjusting to the new time zone, we boarded our plane to Adelaide. We were properly tired but I was so grateful to be shooting again. We checked into our hotel and Kesh and Roo slept - immediately.
Kate's a wedding photographer - a really gifted one. She works on personal photography projects that are way cooler than mine and outside of her natural talents, she's one of the happiest people I've met. Simon designs buildings, working as an architect. He's super passionate about the outdoors. He climbs rocks (and harnessed me to the side of one on the morning of the wedding) and rides his bike all over the world.
I'm so grateful for the trust both Kate and Simon put in me. Wedding photos are a big deal and that's the way I treat them. When I shoot, I think about how I want these photos to be hanging on your walls for your whole life. The same way my Nan and Pop's wedding photos still hang on their walls - sixty two years after they were married.