Frank + Shannon | married

Though it’s been a while since I’ve photographed a wedding in Cleveland, I had an awesome time photographing at two of Cleveland’s most beautiful venues: the Broad Street United Methodist Church, and the Old Woolen Mill.

I had only set foot in that church once before, and that was to hear Bishop Swanson speak, which was a great experience in and of itself. This time it was nice to go and have the opportunity to photograph the beauty of the sanctuary, which is really quite remarkable.

Frank + Shannon were a treat to photograph. It was amazing to see them truly ‘light up’ when they first saw one another. It was also a very symphonic day: because both the bride and groom are concert violinists, many of their friends and family share in their giftedness. I think that the bridal party alone could have put together a phenomenal music group! The talent didn’t end there, as faculty from Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music played both before and during the wedding ceremony.

Later, guests traveled to the Old Woolen Mill for a reception, which proved to me that musicians can indeed dance. SoundForce kept the party going great, and the bride and groom were whisked away in an immaculate ’59 Rolls Royce from Regal Carriages.

Frank and Shannon, thank you for allowing me to be a part of your special day. I hope that you enjoy this sneak peek, but make sure that you register here to see ALL of the images when they are available.


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  • AngelaThese are so beautiful! John captured the joy of the day wonderfully.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy CassettePhoto’s are Amazing and Awesome. Great memories.ReplyCancel

  • Eileen GallagherThese are thee best photos I have ever seen. Everyone looks like professional models, awesome photographer.ReplyCancel


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