March 19, 2019
Last summer I had the honor of photographing Chris + Rachel’s big day at The Osprey’s at Belmont Bay wedding venue alongside Natalie Grace Photography.
Although the heat was a little much at times, it did not stop us from capturing the most amazing images out by the waterfront. Natalie gave me some pretty big news on the way to the venue. Rachel informed Natalie that her father was diagnosed stage 4 melanoma and was given one year to live. He passed away just a week ago, five days short of that one year mark. After hearing that news, I made sure to keep my eye on him and capture as much as I can of him with his family.
Our job as photographers is more than just taking photos We are capturing memories one shutter click at a time. <3
Chris + Rachel, I wish you both nothing but the best <3
Hint hint: I would to photograph another beautiful Osprey’s at Belmont Bay wedding soon!
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