It’s been a long time coming, but I think it was well worth the wait.
Back in September, I had the opportunity to second shoot with a very talented photographer by the name of James Moes. An interesting side note is that James and I know each other through mutual friends from high school and college. I hadn’t seen him since my community college days, but we both remembered each other. When we met up at Empire Espresso in Columbia City, I recognized him straight away, quickly reminded by how tall he is and how deviously witty. Really, he hadn’t changed much. Except for the “pretentious” glasses (his word), although I just think they’re “awesome” (my word).
Nick+Lindsey were, how do I put this… smashing? Yes, I do believe that word applies. Fun-loving and affectionate—I had a wonderful time getting to know them and their guests. Of course, it was an honor and pleasure to work for James. I am amazed by the vast amount of talent in the Seattle area—it is both terrifying and encouraging, all at once.
I just loved Lindsey’s dress, which her friend made. This and other personal touches were incorporated into Nick+Lindsey’s wedding.
I love hotel rooms with lots and LOTS of window light. Future brides—take note!
A bouquet with kale—what will they think of next?!
All the dishes were vegetarian. And I was a big fan. These peppers with goat cheese were delicious.
I had to include this shot of James. It’s as quirky as he is.
Hey, Carly. I just saw this post. The shot with the bride and her bridesmaid by the window reminds me of something out of the 40s.
beautiful shots! love her dress and style! looks like a super fun wedding!
I haven’t commented before but this wedding was just awesome. Keep it up. Really beautiful.
I’m so glad that we met at the party last week! And I’m so looking forward to keeping up with your work… I love your art, and that you love to “share.” Your kindergarten teacher must’ve been a doll!