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7.19.2015

[adam and kelly]

It is amazing how quickly time passes when you measure it against the growth of a child. 15 years ago, Adam was at my wedding along with his handsome brothers, and here in 2015 I got to photograph his wedding, with my own children in attendance.  Watching Adam grow up, he always had a keen eye for art, thanks to his mom and one of my best friends, Connie.  When I arrived at his apartment, he had everything artfully laid out for me to capture.

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And Kelly did an amazing job of coordinating everything as well, right down to the groom's gift.

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The reception was to be held at the Foundry, which I cannot even believe was ever a furniture warehouse.  The bridal party was staying here as well, so I was able to check out three of the rooms. So much exposed brick, and lots of living space within, I could move in tomorrow. And, as a bonus there were a number of Peter Fowler and Gary Kite paintings, available to buy.  Peter is one of my very favorite Buffalo artists.

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Kelly's suite was perfect for getting ready for a wedding, both for the space and the light...

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As of the night before, torrential rain was predicted for the entire wedding day, which threatened their planned ceremony at the Delaware Park Rose Garden.  But good Karma came along and gave them an amazing chance to have their ceremony at the Burchfield Penney instead.




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My favorite rainy day location to shoot is City Hall, so we headed there for a brief bit.  

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The wind proved to be a bit too much, so we ended up back at the Foundry.

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The reception space was amazing!  And even more incredible was the fact that Adam and Kelly booked it before the building was complete.  

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Everything could not have been more perfect!

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