I have a journalistic approach to photography. My images are personal and quiet. I like the raw emotions, and vulnerability weddings bring along with them. I love getting to know my client's personalities and working towards bringing them out in my images. Wedding photography is about making images that mean something to you, more than a pretty picture.

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Please take your time to browse the gallery available. I encourage new ideas, brainstorming, and collaboration to discover how we can most effectively utilize my style. Together we can make an album for you to remember exactly how you felt on your wedding day.

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elopements

Best for: Couples who want to have a shorter day in one location, but you don't compromise on an incredible experience.
4-hour coverage

weddings

8-10 HOURS WEDDING DAY PHOTOGRAPHY COVERAGE ONLINE
GALLERY HOSTING AND ZIP FILE 700+ EDITED HIGH RESOLUTION DIGITAL FILES PRINT RELEASE

engagements

Engagement sessions are beneficial in preparing for the wedding day. It's a chance to unlearn how you've previously had your picture taken and get a total sense of what to expect from my approach, so it's not even a thought come wedding day. 
1.5 HOUR SESSION
EDITED HIGH RESOLUTION FILES

BEGINNING AT $2500

BEGINNING AT $1500

BEGINNING AT $450

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This is a question that often arises. When a new camera is brought out, most people feel a little nervous. If the truth be known, I'm not the greatest at getting my picture taken. The most important thing is to build trust and to make you feel at ease with me. When it comes to blending in, it's also important to be discrete. It is not my style to get people to pose for me, hence I never succeed in getting them to do so. A pre-wedding photoshoot is a great idea if you're afraid of being in front of the camera. Helps you relax and get more comfortable with the camera. Instead, we might meet for a cup of coffee. Ignore anybody else's opinion.


Do you have any tips for working with a couple that is nervous of being in front of the camera?

So that's an excellent question, and one that I've noticed over the years. My wedding photography style consists of a mixture of documentary, reporting, and fine art photographs. Wedding photography should not be staged, and this idea is at the heart of all of my work, thus I strive to capture natural, unstaged shots. As far as I am concerned, staged photos appear fake and artificial to me. This could work for some people, but it's not for me. I may point you in the right direction, that is it. When photographing a wedding, it's also necessary to move rapidly. If you spend too much time, you'll miss it. Your wedding party is more important than me, and you should be spending time with them instead of me. You have a social event to attend.

Do you have a particular style when it comes to wedding photography?

How I work: My approach to wedding photography is stress free and genuine.