“You can’t not eat food if an Italian offers it you, Joel,” insisted Christina. So I picked out a slice of cheese from between mounds of meat. I don’t normally eat on a wedding day, as I’m too busy to get hungry, but I never want to offend anyone. Such nice families on both sides, but Christina’s parents in particular reminded me of my Oma; so loving and kind – and constantly eating or offering food :D.
Christina and Shaun (especially Shaun) made it pretty clear when we first met that they didn’t much like having their photograph taken. However, I think they did a wonderful job during the posed kind of photos, and the all the really natural photos turned out great in my opinion (am I allowed to say that about my own work? Probably not, but anyway..), especially the ceremony; having snuck into the St Francis Xavier Cathedral a handful of times for some peace and quiet, I knew it was really dark in there.
The Italian Centre was a great place for a reception. The staff are courteous and professional and the setup is pretty amazing. Christina and Shaun had 3 videographers (from Cinecraft) on the day, which prompted Shaun’s father to refer to us as recording a reality TV show (good point), but I think it’ll be a reality TV show to treasure for generations to come.
Thanks so much for having me there to capture the day for you, Christina & Shaun!