I first got to know the Terrell family at our first photo shoot earlier this year. They’re so great! So I seriously jumped at the chance to do another shoot for them.
Just to forewarn anyone who may be reading my blog in the library or at work, these pictures made me laugh out loud many times! Scroll down at your own risk.
This is a pretty good representation of everyone’s personalities…
A ride on Aslan.
Luke Skywalker kept the trash compactor from closing…
Feed my sheep..
The lollipops were a big hit…
Jeff is rad.
Merry Christmas, Terrell family! I enjoyed getting to spend time with you guys so much. Thanks for everything!
Greg and Maite worked hard to keep their guest list short, so I felt privileged that I was able to experience their wedding as their photographer. (It’s not much of a secret that I think the photographer enjoys the wedding more than anybody else, with the possible exception of the bride and groom!) I love getting to be part of all the moments, big and small, that make the day special, and immortalizing them for others to enjoy. Greg and Maite have been together for longer than anyone I’ve ever known, so there were a lot of those kinds of moments… check them out.
Their first time seeing each other…
We were planning on doing photos at the Observatory, but had been misled about the requirements for getting a permit. So they kicked us out. We finally found another park, and though the light was fading fast, we grabbed every last glimmer of it.
Tears of joy…
Everyone had so much fun dancing!!!
Greg and Maite, I’m so glad I got to know you! You’re both so kind and cool (even while we were getting kicked out of Griffith Park!), and I’m thankful for the opportunity to have been a part of your wedding. All the best to both of you!
View all of Greg & Maite’s photos here .
How do we thank someone for helping make your wedding day that much better? That’s the question Rachel and I pondered as we tried to think of a way to thank Joe for being the MC and Sam for being our ringbearer at our wedding, exactly nine months ago today.
While it certainly was a small token in exchange for all the Kellers have done for us over the years, we offered them a family photo session at a later date. And they took me up on it just in time for Christmas cards.
Meet the Keller family!
(No, really, they’re not just models we hired…)
Yep, you counted right. That’s 3 boys. But they sure are fun…
My brilliant wife came up with the idea of buying point-and-shoot cameras for Sam and Noah. It was a fun experiment to see what they took pictures of.
After about 10 photos of the same duck, it was time to take one of mom and dad.
I’m pretty sure mine didn’t turn out nearly as cute as Sam’s.
Kellers, thanks for taking an interest in our lives. You’ve been a big encouragement to both Rachel and me. We’re grateful for your involvement in our wedding, and so much more!
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