It has been a long time since my last post. Since my last post a lot has happened around here. Tash and I celebrated our 10 year anniversary by traveling to Paris, Normandy, and Edinburgh. My wife and I have welcomed our third child, Mark Stuart Crozier, into the world. We had a very busy Summer shooting a record number of elopement weddings along with our usual supply of beautiful weddings. Lastly we have constructed a brand new studio space for me to work in which makes my heart sing every time I walk into it. (Pro tip, it has a built in home theater). Sadly all this fun has taken up all my time and the blog has lain dormant. I can’t think of a better wedding to kick off blogging season than this lovely wedding at the Corson Building in Georgetown.
Uma and Ryan are two very special people, with big hearts and awesome personalities. I loved getting to know them, and working with them as they embarked on starting their new family together. Between two awesome kids, and two rescue dogs they make a great new family. Their wedding really reflected their love of bringing people together in meaningful ways. I loved their family style seating, and the delicious platters of food being passed around the tables all night long as their guests feasted in style. I had to keep reminding myself that we were in fact in downtown Seattle, not at some posh winery in Sonoma.
The day started out at the Thompson hotel in Seattle. I knew that the day was going to be special when Uma stepped out of the dressing room wearing an absolute knockout dress. From there we let the day slip by and captured some amazing shots. Check em out below.