“There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.” — Robert Frank
Every great love has a story. As a photographer I make it my own personal mission to capture a series of images that beautifully share your story.
The Engagement Session
I like to build a relationship with my clients to ensure they are feeling comfortable and confident with choosing me to capture their moments.
This is why nearly all my wedding packages include an engagement session! This is a great opportunity for us to get to know each other. When planning my sessions, I like to send my couples a personal questionnaire that will help us plan the perfect session to tell their story.
Sometimes this will include multiple locations. I feel it is so important to plan my sessions in a location that has significant meaning to my clients. First date, place they met, first kiss etc...
Preparing For Your Big Day
Before your big day I likely will have already visited your photo locations to gain a good understanding of the surroundings. I will have contacted you about those must have photos to be sure we are on the same page. If you are looking to do your photos outdoors I will be sure to plan a secondary location indoors incase it rains and you aren't looking to get wet. I typically only accept a couple weddings per month to ensure they have my full attention as so much planning happens behind the scenes.
Saying I Do
Your Big day has arrived! You can count on me as well as my second shooter to not miss any details that share your love story. I try to remain as unobtrusive as possible , I like to go un-noticed as your memories unfold before me and capture every moment in a way that is true to who you are as a couple.
When it is time for group photos I tend to steer away from those overly posed photos as I have a more natural approach. I like to use prompts that will have your party engaged with each other not feeling awkward.
Time to party! The night of your wedding I will be sure to capture all those fun party candids as well as those key moments.