When Kelsey and I moved into our fixer-upper house almost a year ago, I knew that something had to be done with our kitchen. We began the renovation in April and after a crazy-busy summer, finally finished it just this last weekend. I could tell lots of stories about washing dishes in the bathtub, trying to keep a crawling baby from eating pieces of old floor, etc., but I won't go into all the boring details here. Suffice it to say that after 6 months of having a partially renovated kitchen, we are so excited that it is done! Being the videographer that I am, I decided to turn the whole thing into a personal video project. The video below is the entire kitchen renovation sped up 1000 times. Thanks to Doug (Oak-N-Things), Craig, Eric, Marshall, Kyle, Wayne from A/C Electric, Jim from Ace In the Hole, and everyone else who had a part in helping us make this happen!
I know it seems like I say this about every couple, but I had such a great time working with Tawney and Jamie. They were so friendly and probably one of the most laid-back couples I've ever worked with. Kelsey got to shoot this wedding with me and we enjoyed being able to take advantage of all the great photo ops that a wedding at the Monona Terrace has to offer. The cute little kid that shows his face in a lot of these pictures is Tawney & Jamie's son, Sawyer. Kelsey and I ended up with almost as many pictures of him as we did of the bride and groom :)
Alicia & Jeremy chose a theatre setting (Al Ringling Theatre) for their wedding. The character of this building made it a really cool place for a wedding. We also made a stop at Devil's Lake en route to the reception at Baraboo Arts Banquet Hall, another location with a lot of character.
A & J and their wedding party and families were all great to work with and they did a great job of toughing out the cool fall air to get some outdoor photos.
The board shown below with all the dates on it was there for all the guests to pin their name on the year when they first met Alicia or Jeremy. I had never seen this at a wedding before and I thought it was a pretty cool idea.
Welcome to my blog! I'm a wedding photographer/ videographer based in Madison, WI. My wife, Kelsey, and I together own Primavera Studios, capturing weddings throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois. This is my personal space where I'll be sharing some of my recent photo and video work as well as moments and thoughts from my own life. Stop by once in a while if you'd like to keep up with my life and work and feel free to leave a comment!