Kim + Jason // West Chester, PA

What can I say about Kim and Jason?  It seems like after every wedding I say it can’t get any better, and every time, the next wedding makes me eat my words.  I have been so lucky to be able to spend time with some amazing couples, and that’s just what Kim and Jason are.  Despite the rainy weather, and the unbelievable downpour just prior to the ceremony, the wedding was absolutely beautiful.  The ceremony was heartfelt, and filled with enough emotion to make even me well up a bit.  After the ceremony at West Chester United Methodist, we headed to the reception at Penn Oaks Golf Club.  A few tears snuck their way out of me once more when Kim’s big sister Dena made one of the most touching toasts I’d ever heard.  The part that really sticks in my mind is “Someday you’ll look back at today, as the time when you loved each other the least”.  I thought that was incredible.  Thankfully the toasts ended and I was saved from dehydration, and shortly thereafter, the party ensued.  A huge thanks to Scott for shooting with me, and another thumbs up to Sean for helping make the day run so smoothly!

To Kim and Jason- Thank you so much for having me out to photograph your wedding.  I feel incredibly lucky to have been there to witness the beginning of the rest of your lives.  I wish you nothing but happiness in the future, and success wherever life takes you!



And the crew


Danielle Vennard - July 21, 2011 - 1:50 am

Absolutely love the moment of them driving away in the car. I’m certain your clients will cherish those images for the rest of their lives. Excellent effort put forth!

Dena Springman - July 21, 2011 - 3:17 am

Jason these are BREATHTAKING!!! Wonderful work-you guys are freakin awesome!!!!!!

matt haines - July 21, 2011 - 3:26 am

I’m always amazed that you managed to pull off such nice off-camera lighting under the pressure of a wedding. Is that a strobe stuck behind the cake?! Very nice touch. I might have to steal that idea. :)

For the first dances, are you having an assistant hold the strobe, or are you bouncing? All I can tell is that it’s soft light and off-camera.

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