Kirthega & Dushan were married in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was a big, beautiful wedding: three days of ceremonies and rituals, sometimes solemn, other times uplifting and emotional, but always full of life and color. After each day the couple would return to their homes to prepare for the following day, and so it went until they were formally wed.
What follows is just a small slice of their wedding: just a few hours before the first day of formalities. We wandered through Galle Fort in the incredible heat, right up until the sun wilted into the sea.
Some drizzly rain failed to dampen the spirits of Eliza & Xander at their Crabbes Creek wedding a few weeks back. A beautiful and emotive wedding; understated; full of warmth and good humour. Food and wine, friends and family – and two people in love. What it’s all about.
Music Credit: Andrew Bird – Pulaski At Night
I take a lot of pride in my wedding albums. It took me a long time (and a lot of trials and tests and samples) to find a supplier that I was happy with. I finally settled on a small American company called Vision Art.
They make albums the way I like them: using fine art cotton-rag paper & archival inks, and with a range of exceptional cover materials, including print, linen and gorgeous genuine leathers. There is also the option for custom embossing, at no extra.
In addition, I’ve sourced an ethical camphor wood craftsman in my local area who makes beautiful wooden boxes to house them.
My albums are priced at $1400, and include 50 pages (25 spreads) as a minimum. All options (including leathers and embossing) are inclusive, except extra spreads, which are $20 each.
Below are a few photos of some of the albums I’ve had made. Feel free to also browse the Vision Art gallery for other cover examples from photographers across the world.