A classic theater, chickens, BBQ and Marylyn Monroe! Everything you need for the perfect Wedding Day!
An overcast spring morning in Downtown Elkhart. Friends, both human and K9, brought plenty of sunshine even if the clouds had other plans.
Morton Arboretum was the perfect backdrop for a beautiful outdoor Chicago wedding. Many blesings to you both!
A small country chapel. A perfect fall day. Two families. Many tears, all of joy.
These two have been together for such a long time and it was time to become one! I am very humbled that I was was asked to shoot such an important day for them. Cheers to you two!
Last year I had the pleasure of shooting Nathan's brother Jordan's wedding to Carissa and this year I was equally as honored to shoot his union to Rebekah. A wonderful day full of wonderful people.
We couldn't have asked for better weather in beautiful downtown Elkhart for this wonderful event! Big THANKS to the team from Hall Of Heroes (http://hallofheroesmuseum.com/) for helping out a the photo booth!
DTSB's most prestigious and notorious whiskey based movie themed party, Whiskey Business shot on a Holga (Russian Toy Film Camera).
Dance like you are at the coolest party you've ever been to listening to the coolest music possible. That music is obviously Phantogram.
One of my favorite details to shoot at a wedding is the rings. Such a small element but after the flowers die and the food has been consumed the rings are there to remind those that have joined together on that special day of their love and commitment to one another.
Trying to keep portraits simple and striking is important to me. Obviously this one hits on both cylinders.
This was the last wedding in shot in 2015, and I am so glad the season ended on such a high note. It was truly a blessing seeing their family's come together in such a meaningful way.
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy LIVE at The Lerner
All photos taken by Jason Bryant:Photographer. except for the last three which were taken by my assistant that evening, Elaina Heaton.
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I decided that i wanted to shoot some film and use every studio strobe I had, shooting at full blast, to do so. When your friends are photographers they tend to enjoy participating in such things.
I shot some expired slide film last night and I think I rather enjoy the results.
Every detail meant something to Adam and Nicole. From the LEGOS to the hand selected and personally arranged centerpieces. Adams gift basket to Nicole could not have been more personalized. I could go on and on but I will let the images speak for themselves. Congrats you two!