I just love exploring this interesting concept we call humanity. And I've found Weddings continue to give me a gateway into some of my most rewarding research ;-).
One of my favourite adventures of all, is to arrive at a dot on the map with my piece of paper with nothing else stated other than the names of Bride and Groom (two complete strangers whom I implicitly trust completely will be wonderful and very much in love).
So the adventure I'll call Jess and Dean did not disappoint whatsoever. We discovered together things such as what a male Bridesmaid wears beneath his kilt. We explored Walt Disney-esque horse and cart scenes like they were an actual reality! (shimmer shimmer water in the background and all). Drumming scenes unfolded before my eyes and to my happy ears, more profound than my favourite rock gig to 10000 strong fans. The love felt so warm and toasty and a bit cheeky and fun, lyrical, and musical, and vibrant.
This adventure for me, this social experiment for me, once again proved more powerful than ever, and it was my absolute pleasure to turn my lens in the general direction of all this great stuff.
My warmest congratulations to my lovely clients and now friends, Jess and Dean.