David Wolfe is a professional photographer serving the Caribbean and based in the Cayman Islands. He shoots weddings and family portraits and also has a dedicated core of commercial clients including most of the top law firms and financial services in the Cayman Islands.
Taking family photos at the Cayman Castle is always a special treat. One of the most unique rental properties in Grand Cayman, the Castle is a fantastic holiday home with space for up to 16 people! Finding time to spend together as a family can be tough; so it was great to see three generations shared their Cayman Islands vacation and enjoyed some quality time together.
Here in the Cayman Islands we have such a diversity in culture – Caribbean, European, Asian, North and South American every culture seems to be represented.
This wedding showed how beautifuly two cultures can be combined in one wedding ceremony. The traditional Christian ceremony was followed by a Persian ceremony, which is Ayesha’s heritage. I was mesmerized by the elements of the Persian wedding.
I love doing engagement photos as there is so much freedom and a lot less stress than at the actual wedding.
Anne & Bobby both have siblings that are married already and wanted to do something unique for their engagement photos. Both have visited the Cayman Islands several times and fell in love with Seven Mile Beach and the island as a whole.
Anne LOVE’s – yes, that’s capital letters! – photography and Bobby surprised her for Valentine’s Day this year with a high speed camera. Anne had some great ideas for their photo session which we started at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. From there we drove all over Grand Cayman taking in the beautiful scenery.
Apart from photographing weddings and family portraits, I also do a lot of commercial photography. Just recently I had the honor to shoot for MACO Caribbean Living Magazine. I love the magazine! It reflects the Caribbean lifestyle we all enjoy not just in the Cayman Islands but all over the Caribbean Islands.
My work was featured on two Â covers of the magazine. Both properties are here in Cayman. Uniquely different in their own way.
In the last issue of the Magazine (Volume 13 issue 2) one of the home was photographed by me. It was designed by architect John Doak. Click here to see more photos and read the full article.
Jenny and John-Michael had such a blast on their five day wedding here in Cayman!
The wedding celebration kicked off with a sunset cruise on Cayman’s very own pirate ship, The Valhalla. The next day promised an encounter of a different kind at the famous Stingray Sandbar. That evening, at the Wharf Restaurant, everyone celebrated the 55th Wedding Anniversary of Jenny’s Grandparents, Ed and Nancy. Jenny & John-Michael hope to follow in their footsteps.Â The day before the wedding a rehearsal at the church followed and in the evening Capt. Eldon Kirkconnell’s 85th Birthday was celebrated at the Grand Old House.
Finally the Big Day! An unforgettable day for Jenny, John-Michael, their family and friends.
After the ceremony at the St. Ignatius Catholic Church the festivities moved to the Governor’s Ball room at The Westin Casuarina Resort & Spa. With more than 200 guests the happy couple danced the night away …. and they can dance! It was such a joy to watch especially since Jenny and John-Michael first met while taking some dance lessons.
I created a slide show because I just couldn’t decide on just a few favorites. Make sure to watch until the end! The Trash the Dress is FUNtastic!