It was such a great night, a great cause and GREAT PICURES! I was thrilled to help out! Check out this fun slideshow to Chris Brown’s “FOREVER” and be sure to put the event on your calendars for next year:
If you’d like to see all 300 photos from the event, please click HERE. All images can be purchased and 50% of proceeds will go to theBOYS AND GIRLS CLUB of Burlington. THANKS!
The winds blew, the rain came and the tent went down!!
And along with the tent, went the hopes and plans of Chris and Helenfor their beach wedding on the sandy shore of Manzanita, Oregon. With just hours to the ceremony, their two families banded together to reinvent the wedding at a nearby Methodist church, who’s pastor volunteered to open their doors (and function room!) to the couple.
Decorations were hung, linens were spread and the bar was stocked! And at 6 pm on September 6, Helen came down the aisle to the guests all singinig, “Going To the Chapel and I’m Gonna Get Married!” (Did I mention that the planned music didnt work either??)
In the end, it was one of the most romantic, loving and beautiful weddings I have ever attended and it didnt matter at all that the wedding party’s flipflopped-clad feet weren’t dancing in the sand!
If you want to even more photos, check out the slide show:
To see all 600+ photos, clickhere (you’ll need to get the password from Chris and Helen to view this gallery!)
I’ve just learned that when you view my blog with the browser “Explorer 8″, all of my photos look squished and distorted. So, until I figure this out and correct the issue, please do the following:
At the top of your screen, click on “page” and scroll down to “style” (it’s right under ‘text size’). Then click on NO STYLE. This will make the photos look like photos again, and not weird distorted images that gives you a headache!
Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience. I have a call into Bill Gates and I’ll get to the bottom of this soon!
Tim and Andy’s Wedding video: I made this video to represent all of the civil unions I have photographed in Vermont and to celebrate all of the same sex weddings I will now be able to shoot after September 1, 2009.
I am a portrait and lifestyle photographer, specializing in weddings and other monumental events, studio and environmental portraiture, and capturing a slice of Vermont Life on a daily basis.
My blog has become my own personal little newspaper, where I publish photographs from the events I cover, personal images that I cant really find a place for and everything else that makes my “trigger finger” happy.
My studio is located in Burlington and you can view my full portfolio and services available on my website at www.kpikephoto.com.