Paul and Kristen live in Chicago, but they met on the campus of UW Madison. When they were planning their wedding, they knew it had to be in Madison and it had to come with a heavy dose of Red and White. They got their wish and had everything from a stroll down State Street (Abbey Road style), a seat in the big yellow chair at the Memorial Union Terrace, a windy September day (sorry, no snow), a ceremony on Monona Terrace, a singing of Varsity (and Jump Around), and brats & beer to top the night off.
It was an absolute blast being their wedding photographer. You can’t ask for better clients than Paul and Kristen.
We’ll see how long I can keep this up for, but starting now, I’m going to post a random image from my archives every Friday. To kick things off, here’s an image I took last weekend while stumbling around after the Gourmet Taste of Chicago (the wine was really really good).
Chicago is one of my favorite cities and this past weekend I got the chance to photograph Laura and Adam’s wedding downtown at the Cultural Center (with post-pics at Millennium Park). The short time I spent with them was a blur of smiles, laughs, and good food. The two of them were super-easy to photograph and went along with my offbeat suggestions (like walking though the water in front of the big face sculptures). On top of all that, they picked an excellent restaurant to have lunch at — Bistro 110.
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