Really I’m there to capture the emotions and feelings of the day and make people feel relaxed enough in front of the camera to be themselves. It sounds cheesy but I try to be like a guest, to fit in and be a part of your day. That way I’m less like the ‘pro’ and more approachable. It allows me to get unguarded photos.
Plus I’m a believer that every photograph should hold some meaning and capture what made your day special to you. When asked why I shoot weddings. The answer is easy. Creative freedom and where else will you will find more love and joy than at a wedding? It’s the fuel that keeps me coming back again and again for more.
I’m also keenly interested in what’s meaningful to you on the day, finding this out means you’ll never have to send me a wedding blog shot list because we’ve dug a little deeper. And when I think about my past couples, I get a deep satisfaction knowing that no matter how many days, months, or years have passed, they can look back at their photos, smile and remember just how awesome their day was.