There is a sense of urgency to him. Like every step he takes is vital. Running across the field, he retrieved the bike and made his way quickly to where Sandy and I stood. He knew we would be losing our good light soon. More so, he knew how much these photos mean to Sandy. That’s Jason, husband to Sandy, and quite possibly the most cheerful and eager-to-take-action guy I’ve ever met.
Sandy and I text on an almost daily basis, and it’s not simply because we both share the same passion for photography. There are individuals who give off positive energy, and Sandy does so generously. 🙂 No matter how long our working hours are, I can depend on Sandy to text a positive message. I’ve met Jason twice and can attest his cheerfulness and readiness to take action add to his charms. These two – match made in heaven right here.
There’s a saying that goes: “nurses make the worst patients”. Perhaps by extension, we can assume photographers make the worst models. False! 🙂 While it’s true most photographers will claim they feel awkward in front of the camera (me me me!), Sandy proved herself talented behind the camera and absolutely gorgeous in front! It was truly an honor to be trusted by a fellow photographer to capture her anniversary session.
Sandy & Jason – These images give me so much joy. The happiness and love on your faces! There is no doubt that you two are meant to be. From your first sushi date to now and beyond, you are always more than enough to each other. 🙂 Cheers to you both! Happy Anniversary! 🥂