I believe your wedding photos should unfold like a well-told story, rich with images that allow you to relive your wedding day; a feeling you can’t recreate with a series of standard, posed images.
Let’s eliminate some of the cheesiness we often associate with wedding photography. Let’s not prop your wedding rings perfectly on a leaf or hang your wedding dress in a tree just for a pretty picture. Instead, I’m interested in keeping the focus on the people and relationships that surround you on the day. Sure, I’ll photograph the details, too. You worked hard on them.
But in 20 years when the details are outdated, you’re probably going to want to remember your grandpa gettin’ down on the dance floor way more than you’ll care about what the table centerpieces looked like. That’s why I have a people-first approach to wedding photography. People, relationships and in-between moments first. Details second.