I have been getting the question, "Do you photograph weddings?" a lot lately.
The answer is yes, but not all weddings. Your wedding is truly unique, one of a kind, and something that deserves to be photographed and preserved forever. Your wedding photographer is someone who you will work with very closely and be spending most of the day around. You are trusting that photographer with capturing one of the most special days in a lifetime. My goal in photographing any session, including a wedding, is to capture joy and true emotions. I want for you to be able to look back at your images in 20 years and feel that same joy again. Weddings are not one size fits all and it is important to chose a photographer that best fits with your wedding day vision. Because my end goal is always to capture authentic genuine memories and emotions for my clients I have made the decision to only photograph wedding that are smaller and more intimate.
One of the first things to consider when choosing a wedding photographer is what do I want the focus to be in the images? When I photograph a wedding my focus is on the moments between the bride and groom. The little stolen looks and hand holding, the excited smiles, and love. I love seeing all the things that you are just too busy to remember, how the moon shone in the sky that day or how much fun your niece had twirling to the music.
The weddings I photograph have less to do with having the best steak or the biggest cake. And more to do with small powerful connections between people, the love of being where you are, and soaking in the day with a grateful heart.
There is no right or wrong way to celebrate and cherish your day. I personally had a huge wedding with tons of guest and 1 million posed family photos! There are so many talented wedding photographers in the area that if you need all day coverage and multiple shooters I can send you to the right person. However if you are having a more low key intimate day I would love to meet up for coffee and chat.