Alan may win the prize for Groom of the Year. While the guys sometimes are assigned a couple tasks to help with the wedding planning, Alan planned EVERYTHING himself, while his bride-to-be was out of state in medical school. Talk about a lot of pressure! Due to Suma’s schedule, we weren’t able to meet her and shoot their engagement session until just a few days before their wedding. So I can therefore share with you that Alan did a terrific job with the wedding planning – and the reception was amazing, but I’ll save that for another post.
We photographed their session throughout Ann Arbor on the U of M campus. The law quad is always popular for photography (every time we go we see at least 2-3 other photographers there), but what I like about shooting in Ann Arbor is there’s never a shortage of cool places to shoot, and I like to try to seek out something a bit different each time. So after hitting the quad, we just kind of wandered – luckily the weather was perfect for strolling the campus.
When we met, Alan shared with us that he was starting a photography business and we got to talk gear and geek out a bit. He just recently posted his first weddings on his blog and they are beautiful! Alan is relocating to the Atlanta area this summer, and any Atlanta brides would be wise to look him up. We felt like we really got to know Alan, and are sad to see him go, but we wish him and Suma the best of luck with their new life in Georgia.
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