Taylor and Tim, and their dog Roger, have been busy this summer making the most of summer life. Thankfully for me, they’re patient and have been quietly waiting on me to get their slideshow video put together. They’re happy with how the slideshow turned out, which in turn means so am I!
As I was scrolling through the photos from Richard & Alex’s wedding (which was fortuitously on the same day that the US Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have the right to marry in all 50 states) I noticed that it would make an interesting video. I’m usually quite reluctant to post unedited photos, but in this case I’ve made an exception. Here are the 747 photos presented in a video, showing Richard & Alex’s full day, from start to finish.
Several days after I delivered the first round of photos from Olivia’s Baptism to her mom, I got a phone call. Evangeline was over the moon excited with the results (meaning I was too). It turned out my first shot at shooting a baptism ceremony was a success. In fact, Evangeline confessed to me: “I feel bad about this, but I’m jealous of her photos! They’re even better than my wedding photos were, and I’ve only seen 20 of the photos you took!” I’ll consider that a successful shoot any day!
You may recall that over the summer I worked with the folks at CRUX to put together a video (wound up being two, plus an outtakes video) that will hopefully help potential newcomers feel more at ease with coming out to one of the CRUX events. CRUX is an LGBT rock climbing group in New York City which gives potential newbs two things to worry about: rock climbing and meeting all new people. Many people have in their mind what a rock climber is, and that is usually a very in-shape probably outdoorsy person. However, rock climbing is a sport anyone can enjoy, and these videos aim to prove that.