At The Tune & Fork Inn
There are a few venues that I shoot at a lot. I love them. I love the relationships that I have formed with them and getting to know the owners and seeing familiar places over and over again. I also love going new places. There’s that little bit of magic and little bit of mystery that comes with walking into a completely new venue. I live for that stuff. So when I walked into the Tune & Fork Inn for the first time I was floored. Absolutely astonished. I mean, get outta here. There are cool old instruments everywhere, there’s funky furniture and funky wallpaper and the place as vibe that is totally unmatched around here. Did I mention that they have a patio shaped like a guitar in the back? No? Well, they do and it’s awesome. So what better stage to set for a wedding with a bunch of musicians (see what I did there?). There were smiles and good vibes and laughter and prayers and a level of happiness that is pretty infectious for even the most sweaty and hot wedding photographer. I left there in a good place, in a good mood, and I can’t wait to go back and I can’t wait for Marguerite and James to look at these images and think back on the day they created for their friends and family.