I could go on writing about my love for these two for a very long time, so it’s probably best if I keep this as short as possible! 🙂
I met Nathan at school, and we became great friends. After he moved to New York, it became clear that this amazing man would become one of the best friends I’ve ever had. We’ve been through many adventures together: as a native New Yorker, I’d never been to the Thanksgiving Day Parade, and that was one of the first things we did together; having impromptu dance parties; enrolling at the same college (him to complete his Bachelor’s, and me for my Master’s!); collaborating on photography work; relationship ups and downs; the craziest, silliest road trip ever – from New York to Sioux Falls, South Dakota – where I spilled a Culver’s ice cream shake on my lap; long phone calls and sleepovers; and many more wonderful memories of just pure, unconditional love and friendship. He is one of the most genuine, honest, and intelligent people I’ve ever known.
I was so happy to hear that Nathan had met Jason, who would turn out to be the love of his life, and even more so when I finally had the pleasure of meeting him. It is so clear that these two belong together. I love seeing them so happy. Although the world and the times we live in are super crazy, it’s great to see when something so right is still able to happen.
Nathan and Jason were married at the City Clerk’s office of the Marriage Bureau. When asked to take some photos, my response was, “like I wasn’t going to?” So, here we are. This day is so important and close to my heart. It was an honor to take these photos for my beautiful friends.