the second Angela walked into the studio I said to myself, “please please please book your wedding with me”. She did. It had everything I love. new locations, live bands, full creative control and she wanted me to shoot for her as much as I wanted to shoot for her. I didn’t meet Nathan until about 5 minutes before the wedding but I knew him by reputation. Nathan St. Onge, the cyclist. As an out of shape but still shavin my legs cyclist wayyyy passed my prime I just wanted to hang out and talk about his stories in France and Normandy. I even got to bring back some francais and talk with his buddy Thomas who flew in from France for the wedding.
you know its a good time when the photographer and the groom argue over whos going to buy a round of drinks at the irish pub. (thanks Nathan!)
so, they met on a train in the spot exactly where we took a photo (except they were actually on a train). Nathan got on, saw Angela, she offered him a seat and he said NO!!! Luckily for him he went back…and the rest is recorded in photography!