Callahan and Web are two of my very good friends. No, no, no, I’m not photographer who cried wolf and just fell in love with another couple. I mean, I am. But I fell in love with these two a long time ago. And I see them every day. They’re my very, very good friends… quite possibly my family… or my fellow cult members… or whatever you anti-crossfit people wanna call us. When Sara and Web hired us last year, we had only known each other for a couple months. I was still in my semi quiet/shy phase trying to impress the strong chicks at the gym.. Sara being one of them. I cassssssually dropped that I was a wedding photographer when she showed up one Saturday morning sporting some new bling, and despite my inability to do a muscle up she somehow trusted me to capture this webbing.
There was a lot to love about this wedding. Sara and Web, for obvious reasons. Sara is… gorgeous. Sara is… photogenic. And she listens to me and thinks I’m funny. I love her for many reasons, and she’s really really fun to photograph. Web’s real name is Kevin. I guess his sister had a tough time with Kevin so she called him Web. ….. right. He’s a perfect mix of calm, sweet, confident, funny, genuine, and Justin Timberlake. All my favorite things. I walked into the hotel room for gettin’ readies like 3 hours earlier than I needed to because that’s what happens when you shoot a besties wedding. Sara is already extremely fortunate to have two sisters that are sweet and fun and gorgeous and now she gets two more that made me laugh for 3 hours straight. I wasn’t even mad that the female webbies were funnier me. That body just wont quit. Max on the other hand was running all over the Endicott Estate havin’ a murder fest with Web and his entourage. The day only got better as mother nature cut her shit for a few hours and allowed for the mosssttttt perfect outdoor ceremony. The ceremony was given by an uncle, the music was by a cousin, and the readings were from Tuesdays with Morrie. Callahan for the win. All 200 of their closest family and friends smiled, laughed, and danced their assess off for the rest of the night. I couldn’t have asked for anything more for these two. Thank you so much for trusting us. Love you both to the moon and back. See ya tomorrow. 😉