When Rohini and Ed told me they wanted to have a Crocker Art Museum engagement session I was THRILLED. As both an artist and an art collector, it’s a dream location to shoot. The idea of capturing such a special moment in their lives together in a wonderfully inspiring environment is a photographers dream. Plus, the Crocker is a place that holds very special memories for Ed and Rohini as a couple since they frequented the museum together when they were dating.
I felt like a kid in a candy store in what was truly an exhilarating afternoon exploring the museum together documenting their love story. It was a glimpse into their dating history, both quiet and intimate and a true reflection of the love and inspiration they both give and receive from each other every single day.
3 thoughts on “Crocker Art Museum Engagement Session | Rohini and Ed”
Love these Black & Whites. Great job
This reminds me of the core of the most successful relationships… Friendship. You can tell they don’t just see each other as an intimate partner but an actual friend. The shots are so simple but say so much. The black and white ones really pop. I love the one with the couple sitting on the staircase. So precious.
These are breathtaking! It’s quite amazing how you can take a huge location like that and make it feel grandiose and magnificent sometimes, and small, warm, and cozy at other times. I loved their enthusiasm for the museum and their level of comfort and appreciation for each other. It looked like a lot of fun for both of them. 🙂