A Wedding, at it’s core, is a story. It’s a completely unique story of a day - arguably the most important day - in the lives of two people. My role as a photographer is to tell that story as honestly as I possibly can.
I aim for a transparency in my photography that neither adds nor takes away from the moments that I am documenting. I want people to look back on their Wedding Day & remember it exactly as they experienced it.
Wedding photographs are not to just be enjoyed by one generation, but generations for years to come. While photographic trends & styles come & go, my goal is create a simple, beautiful & honest photograph that stands the test of time.
As a photographer, I am drawn to photos that are classic. Photos that could have been taken in 1957 or 2017.
Trust & relationships
While a photographer’s photos are an important part of selecting them to document a Wedding, I believe the relationship with that photographer is equally as important than their portfolio.
Being chosen to document a Wedding is being invited into the inner circle of someone’s life. Creating transparent photographs relies on having a trust & comfortability with those around me.
I aim to create an environment where everyone is comfortable & less aware of being photographed - giving way to moments that are real & authentic.
Schedule & Flow
A great Wedding Day often relies on a great schedule. My goal is to craft a photography timeline that allows everyone to feel relaxed, excited & fully present for the day’s events. This isn’t a photoshoot - it’s your Wedding Day.
Taking photos should not be at the expense of enjoying & experiencing the Wedding Day. I work intently to build a schedule that suits each unique Wedding & gives me enough time to do what I do best.