I loved Drew and Diana's wedding day. It was windy. Not breezy, but blow-your-hair-all-over-the-place windy. Blow-flowers-off-the-bouquet windy. However, we found gorgeous locations and shelter when we needed it. And for sunset, the wind practically died. And best of all, my lav microphones still did a fantastic job picking up the vows, despite being on a cliffside with the biggest gusts of the day.
Drew and Diana are both law enforcement officers. They met on the job, across the country in Florida. Looking for a change of scenery, Drew accepted a job in Moab, and Diana soon did too. Diana has a fun loving 6 year old daughter who immediately took to the red rocks and scared everyone by always getting too close to the edge.
All three wrote their own vows, and they were perfect. Perhaps the highlight of the ceremony was watching Drew get on one knee as he made a vow to Diana's daughter. It was such a privilege to film this intimate ceremony.
After the ceremony, we hid from the wind in a park for cake, and then went on to Fisher Towers for sunset. Fisher Towers is a stunning and majestic place. The light was fantastic, and it was a great way to end the day.
Bonnie Estell, Florida photographer, was wonderful to work with. This was her first time in Moab. I LOVE being with Moab first timers. Her excitement was contagious, making for fun car time.
Editing this wedding film was a complete joy and I was so excited to show it to Diana. I am obsessed with the song, the footage, Diana's beauty, the scenery, Drew's suspenders. Congratulations you two!