Drizzly days are no match for the laughter from family and friends reunited for a wedding celebration. Warm coffee and warmer people permeated the laid-back day and we started the fun with the chillest couple ever.
Matt, a fellow film bruh from college, told me the wedding was going to be at the Camp House and I couldn't wait.
The Camp House was not just a coffee shop in our college days—it had songwriters and story slams, yes, but it also opened its doors to the likes of various local filmmakers and intellectual get-togethers. A hub of downtown Chattanoogan ways, per say, in its new and expanded location.
Not only did Matt and a couple other fellow filmmakers light the space, you'll also see the reminiscent film style in our post-wedding portraits at The Chattanoogan, with some of my favorite after-hours lighting I've worked with yet.
Many blessings for a marriage as artistic and adventurous as you guys :)
Matt Hadley and I took off to meet them at the Chattanoogan for some after-hour portraits. We got a chance to kick back and play with a new light that Disbro had.
Did I mention they're filmmakers? Does it show?