If I were getting married (married again, that is, and to my current wife obviously), I would want my photographer to be as excited as possible about my wedding.
Not all photographers are cut out for weddings — the tempo, the intensity, the emotional range, the mix of styles, the pressure to adapt, joyfully and creatively, when plans and preferences go poof.
Some wedding photographers treat the work as if it’s “just a job.” But the only way to excel at this work is to feel a sense of mission about your couple’s wedding, which you’ll only feel if you love this work.
I love weddings. Love’m.
And as much fun as I have shooting weddings, I take seriously the once-in-a-lifetime responsibility of capturing your unique celebration.
Don’t hire me for landscapes. Mountains are cool, cityscapes are fun, but they’re not people. I’m a people person. My brand revolves around “Natural Moments,” but I’m not talking about a sunset unless there are people in front of it experiencing “Honest Emotions.” That’s the focus of my wedding work, and really all of my photography and communications work—centering people.
I take every wedding personally, and here’s what I bring to the table—conscientious preparation, attention to detail, gracious spirit and a warm demeanor, creativity and good humor, energetic dedication start to finish, and a cornucopia of expected and surprising pictures.
If you like my values and dig my style, if you like the idea of seeing yourself and your loved ones in my pictures, then I would be overjoyed to take your wedding personally, too.
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