Creating a compelling and beautiful narrative

You have two goals in selecting your wedding photographer: 1. You have to like the photographs. 2. You have to like the photographer. An overlooked yet critical factor in considering your photographer is this: that person will spend 8 to 12 hours with you and your loved ones on the most special day of your life. They will be witness to every part of that day – the highs, the lows and everything in between. They will have the most intimate view one can have of a family, and you need someone who will approach it with professionalism, courtesy, and discretion.

I have two goals with every event I photograph: 1. To create a compelling narrative. 2. To leave every person with the feeling that they would happily work with me and my team again. Having walked this path with hundreds of couples, I have the wisdom of experience and can help guide you through your wedding day so that it is easy, light, and meaningful. I not only want to leave you with beautiful photographs, but with a beautiful experience as well.

Finally, two bits of advice: 1. No matter what goes wrong on your wedding day, you will still get married. 2. If the love is in the room, nothing else matters.

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