This Local Couple Got More Than They Expected From Their Wedding Photos
Scott Mills GSPS pretends to arrest groom

Scott Mills of GSPS was a great sport with a sense of humour when he agreed to “arrest” this groom on his wedding day much to the dismay of the bride.

Rose-Leigh Marcotte and Travis Desjardins were married on October 22nd and like most bride and grooms wanted to have some photos to remember their special day. They hired local photographer Adam Grose who owns Photography by Adam to take photos with their wedding party in Downtown Sudbury.

Scott Mills GSPS pretends to arrest groom

Rose-Leigh and Travis after the groom’s “arrest” was over. The happy couple are from Sudbury have been together for five years and have two young children.

Officer Scott Mills of Greater Sudbury Police Services was on patrol in the downtown area on that beautiful sunny day when he turned down Medina Lane and drove toward Durham Street. An entire wedding party was posed for a photo when they noticed the police car drive up. Everyone quickly moved out of the way to let the officer drive through but instead Officer Mills slowed down and rolled down his window to see what was going on. Not one to let a great photographic opportunity pass, Adam jokingly asked if the officer would jump in for a couple of photos. Never expecting he would agree, Officer Mills replied, “Sure, whatever you want!” And so Adam quickly came up with this great idea and that’s why it looks like Travis got arrested on his wedding day.

Congratulations to the happy couple and kudos to Adam Grose for this unusual and fun photo.

Photography by Adam specializes in wedding, engagement, maternity, newborn and baby photography. Photography by Adam has a strong passion for photography. According to Adam Grose, “The best part about my job is when clients express how happy they are with their photos! My job is only complete when my clients are 100% satisfied”.

For more information about Photography by Adam and to view their portfolio visit their website and Facebook page or call 705-698-6114.

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