My Style and Approach
I call it "flow photography".
I want your wedding day to be fun and stress free and, of course, I want you to have the best possible photographs.
Shooting a list or photographing a wedding?
My clients have high expectations and, over the years, I have learned that there is a time to shoot candidly and a time to step in and facilitate certain shots. Once in a lifetime emotional moments cannot be forced or posed. They must be allowed to unfold naturally and spending the day shooting a list of "canned photos" doesn't look or feel genuine because the natural flow is constantly being disrupted. On the other hand, family and wedding party photos won't happen without a little organization and posing know-how!
The trick to flow photography is in knowing when to do what and the key to success is planning.
A smooth wedding day has good flow.
No one likes to feel hurried or rushed and wedding guests don't like to get bored.
I work closely with all of my clients to develop a plan for the wedding day that gives us plenty of time for photos without keeping the guests waiting around unnecessarily, ensures that both the ceremony and dinner start on time, and does not disrupt the flow of the reception.
With a good plan in place, your photos are sure to deliver both the artistry and emotional impact that my clients have come to expect.