My approach to wedding photography has always been that of a photo journalist. I want to capture your day so you can look back and appreciate the loved ones you chose to spend your special day with.
Because I believe in the preservation of memory.
When I was a teenager I lost my father to cancer. By the time I was in my early twenties I realized that I didn’t remember much about him. We only had a few photos of him because he hated getting his picture taken. Most of what we did have were candids; him and I having a water gun fight in the backyard; him in a boat; a fair number of him and my mother kissing (which I have yet to discover who the photographer was) and an extremely memorable one of him sitting in an outhouse eating his dinner because he wanted to get away from the crowd. These memories would have been lost to me had they not been photographed. Those candid moments that somebody chose to capture have taken root in my heart.