Sometimes with this job comes expectations, expectations for the epic shot at sunset or the crazy jaw dropping portrait or perfect moment or just fill in the blank. The expectations to pull something out of a hat often mean that I force something to happen, something that wouldn’t have happened otherwise or something that is just done for an instagram post or completely contrived from a current trend in the world of wedding photography. I grapple with doing these things because of how hollow it feels. Luckily for me, Sasha & Scott were having none of that nonsense. They ran into the sunset because they just decided to run into the sunset. They went for a walk on the beach at dusk, well, because they wanted to walk on the beach at dusk. They danced their faces off because, you guessed it, they wanted to dance their faces off. The wedding was uniquely theirs, and if I could bottle them up and sprinkle them on every wedding, you’d best believe that it would be like the Franks Red Hot commercial, “I’d put that shit on everything”. Here’s Sasha & Scott at The Big Chill Beach Club.