Sunday, August 16, 2009

Dean & Amy

Fellow photographer and long time friend Dean Beattie married Amy yesterday. They had an intimate ceremony in their back yard of Carnegie. Both are professional photographers, Amy is a commercial and Dean is fine art and weddings. They asked me to stop over and take a couple shots for them. What a fun time! BTW the temps were like 90 + humidity. Congrats to Dean and Amy, I am truly happy for you!

Catch a quick slideshow of my shots...

This unique necklace was very vintage, it belonged to Amy's grandmother and the wings moved.I love this shot of Amys son, almost as if you can see a bit sadness in him to give his mother away : ) She is in good hand little fella! Ha ha, this cracks me up, notice her son wandering around with the HUGH Orange gun, LOL! Love the contrast!


CareyTree said...

really nice joey! i love the documentary feel of this shoot.

Dean Beattie said...

Sorry man for taking so long to post a comment here, but we have been recovering from the weekend and trying to get back into the swing of things.

Anyway, both Aimee and I (note the spelling of her name) really can't find the words to express our gratitude for the photos you have shown us so far. I checked my email on Saturday before heading to bed (and after you called me twice on my wedding night ;-) ) and got the link to the photos. So of course me and Aimee had to watch he slide a few times. Amazing work brother! I can't wait to see the rest, plus Steve's and Chris' photos.

I've watched your work grow over the years, and you know I have no problem telling you my opinion. Your wedding photography is some of the best I have seen in a long time. It has a very fresh, edgy, feeling to it while still showing the love between your subjects. Your work is a true inspiration and I look forward to seeing more of it in the future.

Our photos are spectacular! I hope did have some time to enjoy your self.

Again, thank you for shooting some photos for us. Most importantly though, thanks for a great friend and inspiration. I am glad that I can now return the same kinds words you shared with me many years ago today.

-Dean and Aimee