Vintage Wedding at the Horace Williams House / Bevin and Richard are two unique and beautiful souls. They met at UNC when Bevin was a PhD student, studying advanced mathematics. I have to say, knowing that both their backgrounds were in advanced math made it really intimidating to meet them for the first time. Like “what-am-i-doing-?-I-take-pictures-and-these-two-are-solving-insanely-complex-math-problems” kind of intimidation. See what I mean? But when I actually got to sit down and talk with them, they proved to be far from aloof unapproachable super-intellects (even though they are definitely super-intellects). They were kind toward each other and to me. They were warm and welcoming and caring. They treated each other with respect and they carefully listened to what the other had to say. It took no time at all for me to feel at ease and comfortable around them. Their engagement session was another little peek into their relationship, and I could tell they truly cherished each other. Their wedding day was supposed to take place on Saturday, October 8th but Hurricane Matthew had other plans in mind. No only did the hurricane flood the venue that Saturday, it also uprooted the tree they were supposed to get married under! Throughout the process of needing to reschedule every single vendor to Sunday morning, I also saw how patient and calm they are. Of course there was some fretting but they seemed very at ease with the fact that they had to move EVERYTHING to the following day. I was incredibly impressed at their “go with the flow” demeanor. The following day turned out to be the most beautiful sunny day and their attitudes mirrored the brightness of the day! They were excited, happy and radiant with each other.