Mary and Brandon

Our first attempt at an engagement shoot was a rainy Saturday in October. I came prepped with umbrellas, and we made the most of the fall day. The leaves were crazy bright, so that sort of saved the day. We scheduled another shoot a while later, and the weather was great. It was awesome and fun. I knew the wedding was in January, so I had this little bit of fear lurking in the back of my brain. I know that WV winters can be crazy or very temperate, and nobody really can bet on either. As the wedding grew close, the forecast looked good, and I was just keeping every digit crossed that I could. The day came, and the weather was actually warm. My lovely wife Michelle did Mary’s lovely makeup, and then assisted me in hustling the newlyweds out into the breezy winter night to grab some couple photos. Michelle’s brain takes over where mine stops. She is highly organized and a fantastic director. Does that make me the actor? The screenwriter? Anyway, we got some lovely photos of the happy couple, and wrangled them back into the car and across town to the venue again for the reception. I had my fingers crossed all day, and we all lucked out. Thanks Mary and Brandon!wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy1wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy8wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy9wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy7wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy3wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy4wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy5wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy6wvweddingswinterweddingbeautifulcouplewestvirginiaclarksburgdreamy2_DSC8497_DSC8526_DSC8632

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