T.J. and Aaron were married nearing dusk on the evening of 7-7-07 at her father’s beautiful farm in Killingworth, CT. They exchanged vows beside a pond full of water-lilies under a beautiful arbor made for them by Aaron’s father. The setting was so lovely: sweeping stone walls, rows of fruit trees, an antique Chevy truck (the bed of which was an ice-filled beverage cooler), horse stables and pastures—and of course, the beautiful horses themselves! Aaron was a very witty and entertaining groom, and he helped call the shots. Despite the fact that he was clear that modeling is not his thing, I was impressed by the fact that he was so accommodating and even romanced his beautiful bride in front of my camera. I loved the splashes of red against the natural backdrop--T.J.’s handful of roses, the gorgeous stationary designed by the bride and groom’s close friend Carrie Howes (see the invitation below--her work is beautiful!). The wedding was simple and natural, without frills, and it was an honor to document such a classy, memorable evening. My best wishes to the newlyweds!