It's entirely documentary, aside from group photos of course. My couples have always trusted me to capture the truest versions of themselves. The moments that I capture are moments that YOU will create entirely on your own as the day unfolds. Nothing is forced or contrived. More than anything, I'm just there as a bystander and as a friend. :)
Like any great photo, when you look at one of your images, you’ll be brought back to that moment and you’ll remember exactly what you were feeling. As life happens, revisiting these moments will rekindle those feelings and make you rediscover the value of your relationship!
I promise never to tell you when to laugh, where to look or how to react. That is not the memory you want when you look at your images. During our time together, focus less on me and the camera and draw your attention on all the things you love about your partner.
Think about what brings you both closer? What amazing memories do you both have? What does your partner do to make you laugh? What exciting adventures await on the horizon? Focus on these things and I promise you will absolutely love the experience and the results.
Always know that I will step in if something doesn't look right!
I am not going to try to sell you with a short list of random, non-photo related facts about me. Let's be honest, you’re probably not going to book me simply because we both "can't live without" Stumptown coffee and we both love the color green... Am I right?
I just think the lists of likes and dislikes that photographers often write in an effort to "connect" with potential couples (you) is kind of lame. I know I'm probably in the minority amongst my peers, but to me it just feels impersonal, sort of like speed dating.
I'd rather you be inspired by the work first, then we can meet to see if we're a match!
Friends are more willing to share and be open with friends, so if you decide to move forward, we should definitely make an effort to get acquainted! We should go hiking, do yoga, drink wine, go mountain biking, watch football, take a Crossfit class if that's your thing... whatever! Bottom line, I don't want to show up to your wedding as a total stranger. Let me be there for you as your friend. It will make the experience more enjoyable for you and it will definitely show in the photos.
Now I am going to tell you why I've chosen wedding photography. Please read on, this is important.