Downtown Kent,OH is such a great location for portraits. Totally worth the drive from Cleveland to Kent to photograph Allison’s senior photos. She was amazing to work with! I’m gonna brag a bit with this one, I absolutely nailed this session. She was open to try any creative idea I threw her way and it totally shows with the final set of images. Big thanks to her mom, she was tagging along with us that day. I of course recruited her for a few images to help me with the lighting. I always have a way of finding an honorary assistant during portraits.
I had the pleasure of capturing the Almodovar family over and over. You can find Selina and Kyle’s engagement session here, the wedding day here. It’s an amazing experience to capture a family history and journey through the years. Priceless memories that I know will live with each generation. My hope is that I get to experience this with more of my wedding couples. From Cleveland and beyond.
It’s such an amazing feeling when someone that’s been following your work for years approaches you to shoot their wedding. This one is a very beautiful story. Kayla and Craig have actually known each other since elementary school, located at the same location they had the wedding ceremony. They didn’t start dating till later as adults, but it comes to show that you never know when you’ll meet the one in life. They both are perfect for each other, their happy, friendly personalities are contagious. Friends and family absolutely adore these two, the level of excitement was way up there. The ceremony took place at the church they grew up with, St Joseph in Avon Lake, Ohio. After the ceremony we took family photos and of we went to Veterans Memorial Park just down the road. After we headed to downtown Cleveland, we visited Playhouse Square for some chandelier shots, Tremont for the Cleveland sign and back to Avon for the party. The very energetic reception took place at the fairly new wedding venue, Emerald Event Center, Avon.