There can never be too much creativity in any aspect of life, most specially in romantic photo shoots. As much as we love couples showing their cheesy and lovey-dovey sides in front of the camera, it’s a different kind of awesome when they channel their artsy and creative juices to some of the most important documentations of their love for one another. So imagine our delight when we were presented by Molly and Patrick’s fun, cute, and creative album. They made use of balloons, bobble-head mache, sombreros, motorbikes, and a lot more. We can almost feel the fun they had with this shoot and we’re sure you will too. Enjoy this shoot and congratulations Patrick and Molly!
I’m having a hard time coming up with words to describe how much I love this photo shoot. Taking photos that are conceptual and candid at the same time might just be my favorite thing in the world. I consider this a creative collaboration since most of these photos were created from Molly’s concept drawings. Molly and Pat really wanted photos that described them as people and represented their interests as well as their adoration for one another. Molly Brau is an extremely talented painter and artist. Seriously check out her work here. The masks she created for the “bobble-head” photos blew my mind. Pat is the drummer for The Wheeler Brothers. If you haven’t listened to their Americana/ folk/rock/bluesy melodies do yourself a favor and check them out on Spotify or your favorite music source. You’re welcome! Pat is one of the jolliest, sweetest, creative, adored by his friends guy I have ever met. Sometimes I just get couples that AMAZE me in their perfection for one another. Molly and Pat are rockstars but also the most down to earth people you could ever hope to meet. I love it when couples or any kind of client knows what they want from their photos. Making someone’s vision a reality is one of the most rewarding things I can do. Can’t you just feel the love and creativity? I can’t wait for this wedding next month is Tarpley, Texas during Utopiafest!
Photographer: Pressman Studio