Ahhh love! These two charming gentlemen stole my heart right from the Aloha. I was so excited when, all the way from Hawaii, Scott reached out to inquire if I would shoot his wedding to his long time partner Eric. As I've mentioned on numerous occasions over the years, I've been so blessed to see the fruition of two peoples' love grow despite all obstacles. In sickness and in health, through war and political injustice, love prevails. Every couple has a story to tell and I adore that my job is to create a milestone of remembrance in their lives. For me, this summer has released such a world of joy to so many people that it has humbled me. I am a happier person and photographer with this change in history burgeoning around me. As for Eric & Scott well, they were amazing to shoot. Mostly because, in true Hawaiian spirit, they were so laid back about my work I may as well have just shot their wedding from a lazy boy. That said, I didn't, and they certainly got a kick seeing me crawl around on my belly to get "the shot." But it really was all fun and games right from the start. A classic wedding with a twist, debonaire buffoonery that just made me laugh out loud all day. I loved the touch of Hawaiian culture with the exchange of leis and a birdseed send off. But as easy going as the wedding was, the reception was breathtakingly detailed to perfection. The view from Thomas George Estates is easily one of the best in the Sonoma-Napa area, but their wine cellar! Oh my, oh my. This stunning cave glowed and sparkled, dripping details from Encore, spilling music from Ever Music, all the while being held together gracefully by Grapevine Catering. "Mahalo and a hui hou" Scott & Eric. Thank you and until we meet again!