This wedding was one of the most significant weddings I’ve photographed in my career, not only for myself, but for what it represented to Robin and Karen and so many others who have fought for marriage equality over the years. For me it was the first time I had the opportunity to photograph a same sex wedding, but truthfully that wasn’t all that big of a deal – I photograph relationships, moments, love and it doesn’t really matter who’s on the other end of my camera. Far more significantly this wedding was something of a “royal” wedding. Robin is one of the founding members of Get Equal and has devoted her life to fighting for equal rights for the LGBTQ community. This wedding also took place on June 27, 2015 – the day after the Supreme Court finally ruled, for once and for all, that marriage was a constitutionally protected right for everyone, including same-sex couples. To say that the several hundred guests in attendance were beyond jubilant would be a gross understatement. I am honored that Robin and Karen chose me to document the day and I hope you enjoy great moments – Robin and her mother, the struggle and lean to see Robin coming down the aisle, the second line parade after the ceremony, the exuberant dance party, and everything in between.