I think I stumbled into this wedding. Without the long story, it was as simple as Adam rolling down his car window and yelling “M@$%!@ do you want to shoot my wedding!” Everyone in Montreal knows Adam and everyone in Montreal should get to know Lisa. Sweetness in both but in different flavours.
A huge write up isn’t really necessary with what is obvious in this beautiful urban Montreal wedding. When wedding photography borders looking like a wedding editorial fashion shoot I have nothing to add. The couple did express that they loved genuine images, bringing a smile to my face. Wedding Planner; Concepts Antoinette Dress; Paco Guiven Venue; Theatre St-James, Caterer; Franca Mazza Videographer; IoanFilms
Truly documenting a wedding may sound simple but not if you want to differentate it from what you may have photographed the week before. That is pretty much my standard, I do not repeat images from weekend to weekend and or from wedding to wedding. It’s not what I promise my clients and it’s not how I stay true to my approach. Now there is a lot of beauty in a wedding, beginning with the bride and her girls. The handsome groom adds to this equation along with the many of family and friends who are all fine tuned to shine on a wedding day. The gorgeous ceremony and reception venues with the many decor details also contribute the final imagery. Now I repeat even if those elements exist it’s not what I only look for.
Then this happens, a brisk sunny November wedding. One that began with a hundred smiles and ended with a thousand hugs. One where you found warmth on this cold day in how this family celebrated the official joining of these two or should I say five! Yes five when you include their three adorable children. I met these little characters in their pyjamas months earlier and look at them now all dressed up. I did not document a wedding, I documented a rare and beautiful time where their children can one day say “I was there”