a sunday afternoon in NYC with the exceptionally warm and friendly jane + fred.
we were very fortunate that their entire wedding (preps to reception) happened in one location (the lighthouse). not having the think about the logistics of driving (traffic and parking) in manhattan meant that we could really be present and focus on their story as it unfolded.
we really liked the juxtaposition between the first meeting, with jane waiting for fred to walk down the aisle, and the beginning of their ceremony, with fred waiting for jane to walk down the aisle. the way they set that up speaks a lot about their relationship, and just how caring they are for each other.
soundtrack // 'the trees want you back' by amy seeley licensed at withetiquette.com
I / some candid footage during our surprise wedding reception where amy shared her music with us
II/ a conversation with amy about her music in our studio
III/ some footage captured locally during a heavy rain that was reminiscent of the tone and feeling in this piece
shot exclusively with the MKII. lenses included the 24-105 f4, 135 f2, 70-200 f2.8. shot a mixture of handheld and tripod. the majority of the footage was casually shot and never intended to be put together until the story itself started to emerge.