Jeremy and Cat. I really do not even know where to start when describing these two gems of human beings so I guess I will start at the beginning during the engagement session at the Fullerton Arboretum. Now I don’t recall all the specific details of the engagement session because I have slowly been drinking myself stupid with single barrel Scotch over the years, but I do remember a few things. The first is how rad of a guy Jeremy was. This dude is inspiring from his continuous pursuit of a career deeper into the medical field to his countless Facebook posts of cycling adventures throughout Southern California. Personally, I think he is just trying to find any excuse to post photos of himself in tight spandex bicycle shorts but whatever. I still look at the bicycle short photos with Jeremy all oiled up and click the like button no matter how gay that makes me look because I’m comfortable with my sexuality and am 100% for equal rights. Oh and I should add that he picked up beers for Cat and I at a Irish pub midway through the engagement shoot to earn even more cool points.
Next we have Jeremy’s main squeeze (and now wife) Cat. Cat is also in the business of giving a shit about other people. I really can’t say enough good things about those who get involved in the medical field and give their energy to helping those who break bones from trampoline fails, moped accidents and stuff even worse than that. Cat you’re awesome!
The wedding venue was located in San Diego, California at the Sheraton Hotel with the wedding reception on the same property. All-star wedding guest Carlos had the dance floor rocking, the best man nearly got attacked for using the microphone during his speech to proclaim his love for the Denver Broncos (later that evening he mentioned to me in private about a fantasy he had that involved John Elway, Peyton Manning, a horse and a hot tub) and of course the beer flowed like wine as techno jammed throughout the evening. The party was awesome. The bar was open. And the good times were as real as Patrick Swayze when Demi Moore was molding clay in the movie Ghost.
Cheers Jeremy and Cat to a awesome marriage! I can only hope that your wedding is not the last time we all hang out together.
Oh and below are the San Diego wedding photos from the day. Look at them, leave me a sexy comment or just carry on with your day with positive energy and good vibes.
Thank you again Cat and Jeremy for allowing me to document the start of your journey together as husband and wife. You guys rock!
Oh and a special THANK YOU to Emi Fuji for second shooting this wedding with me!