Today we feature Clay and Lindsey’s perfect Spring wedding day captured by Sarah Kathleen back in April last year.
Clay and Lindsey’s wedding day will forever be one of my favorites of my entire career. These two are the type of couple you dream of being a part of — from the way he looks at her to the smile that spreads across her face when he kisses her. Clay & Lindsey love to laugh, and can light up any space with epic amounts of joy. Together they dreamed up a “garden inspired wedding,” and if you ask me, that is exactly how it was. Between the elegant dresses to the wild florals and tablescapes, every single detail worked together to create a darling atmosphere. The ceremony was perfect, complete with personal vows and tears all around. The reception was electric with the love and support of all their friends and family. It’s weddings like theirs that remind me why I love what I do SO DAMN MUCH.
Do tell us a little bit about yourself:
I have been a photographer since the day I first held a camera in my hands at 8 years old. Photography, to me, is a form of magic. With a camera, I am able to take a moment in time, freeze it, capture it, and keep it forever. I strive to capture only REAL things: the fleeting moments, the stolen glances, love stories of all kinds. I have been photographing weddings for 7 years now, and they are still my favorite. I love seeing a couple’s personalities come through in their wedding details. No two couples are the same, no two love stories are the same, therefore no two weddings are the same. I am obsessed with documenting those stories the way I see them, which is quite unlike anyone I know.
How would you describe your photography style?
Life isn’t always “pretty”, it can be ever so messy at times. I love seeing the beauty in the chaos, capturing the lovely parts of the mess, telling a story of how it happened,even if it wasn’t picture perfect. I would describe my style as raw, moody, and genuine. I photograph things from a storyteller’s perspective. I love seeking out the little details and the fleeting moments that make a story what it is.