The Wedding at the Howey Mansion
It really felt like a slice of “Old Florida” mixed with the feel of a medieval castle once the sun goes down and night falls. We took advantage of portraits all over the mansion; there are so many nooks and crannies and great places to take photos. Such a stunning example of Central Florida architecture!
Traveling to photograph weddings is one of my favorite parts of my job. While in some ways it’s easier to photograph weddings that are literally minutes from my doorstep, I find that when I come home from photographing a wedding away from the Keys that I see things differently, and I like that.
There’s the obvious difference in landscape and traditions, but the thing I always come back to is that I love capturing the feeling at these weddings. No matter where a wedding is, in Italy, or Colorado or in Central Florida, the dynamic of each wedding is different, and that’s what keeps me coming back to journalistic wedding photography year after year.
I so appreciate clients like Anna and Russell who are willing to bring me up from Key West to photograph them in the places they love; it’s just amazing to me how many great couples I have worked with all over the world. I never take that for granted.