Lindsay and Trey, are both former Washington Post colleagues and friends. Besides being wonderful people they have a love for photography and the outdoors. It was fitting that they chose to be married high atop the Shenandoah River valley in at Cullers Overlook in Bentonville, Virginia in front of an intimate group of about 30 family and friends.

The state park is over 1500 acres with miles of lush green wooded river frontage along the south fork of the Shenandoah River. The perch where their ceremony was held overlooks Massanutten Mountain which has hiking trails as well as a skiing and snowboarding resort.

After the ceremony the festivities moved over to one of the picnic areas where they had an amazing spread of food, lawn games and a very creative guest book that consisted of a camera and scrabble board. Lindsay's dad even stepped up to the grill dawning a custom "Father of the bride" apron.

It’s always an honor to be chosen to document a wedding, but there’s a really special place I hold in my heart for fellow visual professionals that already have such an intimate connection to images. It’s a special badge of honor when the they call on you to be the one the want to have there.