A wedding day is all about you two, and of course by extension your family and your most beloved. I take care not over direct or become the center of attention. I describe my approach as that of a storytelling photo-journalist who will always add creative portraiture into the mix. How much depends on your wishes.
With your wedding photography I’ll take a mostly unobtrusive approach to capture your day authentically. Of course there will also be moments where I’ll need to get up close, but wherever possible I’ll observe from more of a distance. For instance, during the wedding preparations I might direct you into those parts of the room with great light but I won’t stage moments to create a story, I prefer to capture the genuine narrative of the day.
At some point we’ll create some classic, romantic, and fun portraits. Your first ones as a married couple. I’ll give you a some general direction and guidance to help keep you looking natural and relaxed but I won’t excessively pose you unless you opt for a few more fashion inspired shots.
I take a similar approach to your family and group photos. My intention is to get your guests back to your celebration as quickly as possible.
From your first contact with me and throughout to your wedding day I’ll be as involved as you would like me to be. For some couples that may mean there is little contact in between our initial conversations and the wedding day. My strong reportage photography skills ensure that I can cover your day authentically without knowing you intimately.
Want to see what past clients say about me?
Check out The Knot, WeddingWire, or Google first. They do trickle to my own reviews page, but admittedly there is a moderate gap between the aforementioned.
If you like what you see in my just burgening blog section please ask to see a few recent full weddings from start to end, perhaps an engagement session or two. More if you want...