Writing this post is just about as unreal as it gets. I don't know when I woke up and started my dream job but it has happened somehow. After four days of beach dining, henna partying and seaside lounging, Freya and Guy were married in beautiful traditional Jewish fashion atop majestic Roman ruins by the Mediterranean Sea. And I was there to experience it.
Freya and Guy are friends of Ruth and Reuben from England. I officially met them in person for the first time this past May when I was photographing Reuben's sister Abigail's wedding. What was supposed to be a hour-long coffee date turned into a four hour sit-and-talk-about-everything date! We laughed and gushed about our cats. It was awful saying goodbye. They stopped being my clients, they were now my friends.
Freya got ready at the beautiful Casa Caesarea
Welcome to the Caesar Yam. I snuck off for exactly three minutes (thanks time stamps!) to take it all in. Caesarea is absolutely breathtaking. And, like most of Israel, very historical. Caesarea was founded by King Herod in the first century B.C. and named after Harod's Roman partron,
Want to throw a good party? I highly suggest contacting Guy and Freya. Their reception was out of this world fun. And lasted well into the morning hours!
Freya & Guy - Thank you for everything. I'm speechless. Hopefully my photos communicate for me. I love you guys so much!!