Theater people are just so shy.
They feel so awkward when in front of a camera, and it really shows, dontchathink? Eyes down. No smiles. Slumping shoulders. Zero emotion.
It’s really tough to photograph folks as timid as are Kurt, Zach and their friends from the theater. One of the most difficult group I’ve ever had to work with. </end sarcasm>
Seriously, does it get any easier than this (photographically speaking)?
And would it that everybody were as obviously grateful and delighted to be married as are Zach and Kurt, wouldn’t the world be a much better place? These guys – and their whole party – are just so full of life and love and exuberance. It was truly a delight and a privilege to spend time with these guys after they’d gotten married in Vegas.
We started out at the world famous Neon Museum for a post-ceremony photo shoot.
We then strutted on down downtown Las Vegas (DTLV) for some graffiti and finally wrapped it up in the storied Atomic Liquors, the hipster bar from where they used to go to the roof to watch the above-ground atomic bomb tests northwest of Vegas.
Big giant congratulations to Kurt and Zach in their new life together. Thank you so much for choosing me to document the afterglow of your #LasVegasWedding at #TheNeonMuseum and #DTLV adn #AtomicLiquors, who are always so friendly and welcoming.