I don’t think that I could accurately count, but over the years I estimate that I have photographed more than 200 weddings. Each one was different and each one had moments that were beautiful, stressful, fun, and touching.

I used to offer concrete advice about different things that you could do to make your wedding images better. These included things like bringing an intact copy of your invitation, hanging your dress on a pretty hanger, etc. However, I’ve now reached a point where I think that too many brides and grooms are getting caught up in the details, and perhaps losing sight of what is really important on the wedding day.

I met the love of my life this year. I did! It’s been amazing, overwhelming, and humbling. if you’re engaged, I’m certain you also know this feeling.

You would think that as a wedding photographer, I was must have always been a hopeless romantic. But that’s not true. In fact, when I became a professional photographer, I was inspired by weddings as family events. What I wanted to accomplish as an artist was to create images that would immortalize families in photographs that could be passed on throughout the generations. The relationships between my clients and their loved ones was paramount in my documentary approach to the day.

More and more though, as I had the opportunity to observe my clients, I fell in love with the quiet moments between each couple. The natural emotions that emerge on the wedding day far exceed any of the “perfection” touted by wedding magazines and blogs.

So on the wedding day, I will be there to photograph the special moments between you and the love of your life – because I know what it’s like to love someone that much. And I will be there to document all of the emotions, the fun, and the excitement of this celebration that you are sharing with family and friends. That’s what I do.

If you want to see further advice about how to make sure you are hiring the best photographer for you, check out this post.

CONTACT ME about your wedding plans.

I don’t think that I could accurately count, but over the years I estimate that I have photographed more than 200 weddings. Each one was different and each one had moments that were beautiful, stressful, fun, and touching.

I used to offer concrete advice about different things that you could do to make your wedding images better. These included things like bringing an intact copy of your invitation, hanging your dress on a pretty hanger, etc. However, I’ve now reached a point where I think that too many brides and grooms are getting caught up in the details, and perhaps losing sight of what is really important on the wedding day.

I met the love of my life this year. I did! It’s been amazing, overwhelming, and humbling. if you’re engaged, I’m certain you also know this feeling.

You would think that as a wedding photographer, I was must have always been a hopeless romantic. But that’s not true. In fact, when I became a professional photographer, I was inspired by weddings as family events. What I wanted to accomplish as an artist was to create images that would immortalize families in photographs that could be passed on throughout the generations. The relationships between my clients and their loved ones was paramount in my documentary approach to the day.

More and more though, as I had the opportunity to observe my clients, I fell in love with the quiet moments between each couple. The natural emotions that emerge on the wedding day far exceed any of the “perfection” touted by wedding magazines and blogs.

So on the wedding day, I will be there to photograph the special moments between you and the love of your life – because I know what it’s like to love someone that much. And I will be there to document all of the emotions, the fun, and the excitement of this celebration that you are sharing with family and friends. That’s what I do.

If you want to see further advice about how to make sure you are hiring the best photographer for you, check out this post.

CONTACT ME about your wedding plans.