On Wednesday I was down in Girdwood for Brittanie and David’s wedding. I wasn’t sure if I, or anyone for that matter, would make it. There was a full on blizzard warning and avalanches and wind and heavy sleety snow threatened the whole trip from Anchorage to Girdwood. It was bad enough that the ceremony was delayed by more than 30 minutes to accomodate late guests, and we ended up doing no photos outside, which is pretty rare – Brittanie and and David are not wimps or anything, but it was bad enough that doing photos would result in complete wetness and ruined hair in just a couple minutes. Despite all that, everything we did inside was great and them and their crew were fun to work with. Brittanie in peticular had quite an assortment of faces she liked to make, so you’ll see a nice representation of that here. It turned out that Brittanie and I had been talking for years, and not even knowing that our paths would actually cross in person – she used to work in the control tower at Merrill Field, and as a pilot who flies out of there a lot, I ended up taking instructions and clearances from her a lot. Now she’s handling big jets and its back to talking to the same ‘ol guys at Merrill. The reception was at the Turnagain House, which I had never been to but thoroughly enjoyed. Good food and good atmosphere. The lodge-nature of the place was really nice and I ended up with a lot of natural light portraits of all the guests. You’ll see a lot of those represented below. Enjoy!