Hummingbird Wedding: Caitlin and Jason
Pound for pound, Caitlin and Jason’s family and friends out party their normal competitors, if they cared about such social conventions—which they don’t. The proof of their enthusiasm is the SnapShot Studio frame counter, which weddings of a 100 guests don’t typically push into three digits. Caitlin and Jason’s people almost don’t need a photographer, just a remote camera trigger. I basically filled in the gaps.
Caitlin and Jason have been together for a long time, and so this was a party more than a wedding to them. Goofy, wise-cracking, joke-telling, get-to-the-punchline-I-DO, I found no real line between when the wedding started and the party ended. It reminded me of a play that starts out in the audience, but remains there. Some of my favorite dancing photos, yet, have come from this wedding (thank you, boys, for going out into the rain.) When the song said, “Jump,” jumping was had. When the song said, “Respect,” the response was, “Damn straight.” (At least in spirit.) Take a look at the photos. There’s plenty of evidence.
It was a joy to be there. Thank you both, Caitlin and Jason, for inviting me this great party, and the wedding thing, too.