Wade and Kelly Hosea | Natchez, MS | November 7, 2015

vag·a·bond
ˈvaɡəˌbänd/

noun

  1. a person who wanders from place to place.

There are a few things in this world that bring people together: food, music, and travel. For me, traveling is one of the things that I look forward to most in life. 

When you travel, it captivates you. You’re focused on movement, surroundings, and details and if you are lucky enough to not travel alone you focus on the companionship. 

Wade is a pilot. I have a lot of envy for pilots. Taking off from the ground, and landing somewhere different is thrilling for me. But the story of pilots is that they tend to wander from place to place. 

A true vagabond is person without a home, but Wade has found his home in Kelly. 

Kelly reached out to me kind of late in the year of 2015 and luckily I had their date still open. Their wedding was wet. I don’t think I had seen it rain that hard in months, but it was grand. Truly, it made for an interesting film and an interesting wedding day. Good luck comes to those who wed in a rainstorm (or so they say). 

Having a quaint little ceremony, just a few friends and family, threw us off in the best way that day. We loved the intimate moments between Kelly and Wade and by the end of the day we felt like long friends. 

Thanks to Wade and Kelly for getting married in Natchez and allowing us to travel there and having us as part of their intimate day. 

Also, thanks to Karl Wiggers for keeping the day going smooth and Trey Garza for rocking out his first wedding day shoot with Karl and I. 

- Houston

Side notes: Don’t fly your drone in the rain.  Do fly your drone over a cliff. Always keep an umbrella handy. Travel with people.