Lorrie and JR’s wedding day was a dream. The city was alive, fall was in the air, Broadway was bustling from the annual street fair… and these two were cruising around in the back seat of a restored 1929 Ford.
We met on Broadway Avenue before their wedding, and setting up our cameras and explained we were trying a time-lapse, in front of the bus stop. For some, the first time in front of a camera can be intimidating, but Lorrie and JR surprised us by forgetting we were there instantly.
That’s what this film is about: taking the moments to forget about the world around you and just stare into each other’s eyes. Lorrie and JR were doing that all day long.
We were honoured to work alongside photographer Mandy Harding – many thanks to her for collaborating with us all day long – memoriesbymandy.ca
Cool Saskatoon spots featured:
Radisson Hotel, Saskatoon
Ben Rector – “Moving Backwards”
“Standing still isn’t easy, when the world’s moving backwards.”