I knew Kat and Matt for almost half a decade. Kat and my wife went to pharmacy school together and Matt and I met through them and then found out we had a very similar taste in music. Needless to say all of us got along pretty well. Kat and Matt approached me as they were getting engaged and told me their idea for a wedding, or more of a wedding tour. They would be going to six places visiting family and friends and just going all out for this. They originally wanted me to photograph the initial wedding in Albany only, but after a beautiful windy sunny slightly cold Albany day, they asked if I could also come to the New York City one as well. My schedule worked out perfectly and I was able to do both. The day in Albany started at the Art Institute of Albany and then we walked around down town for a bit, hitting the New York Education Building, the Cathedral of All Saints, the New York State Museum, and The Egg. We eventually made it to Rare Form Brewery for the party and then Franklin’s Alley Social Club for the after-party. They incorporated so much of Troy and Albany into the entire day, it was amazing. The New York City leg of the wedding took place in Queens at Zion Episcopal Church. The church was beautiful and the reception took place right inside in a rec room. A lot of family was here for this one so while at first it didn’t seem like it was going to be as big of a party as the one with all the friends in Albany, it was quite a scene. It was amazing to be able to do both of them for my friends.