observations of the world which will

have meaning to the spectators.  -Ansel Adams

 through the medium of photography-


It is my intention to 

"I have a plan a,b, and c. Not just for photography either. You need a tidestick? your dress needs to be sewn? no problem. Safteypins, umbrella, advil, gum, double sided tape, hairspray, floss, I got you! Whatever helps the day run smoothly. You should be able to trust your photographer, so you can be present for the day.. You can trust me."

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My style is a blend of photojournalism and fine art. (If you add a second photographer they will have the same style) Which matches my approach perfectly. I want to get to know you as a couple, I want you to get comfortable with me. Let's grab coffee or a cocktail as we talk about your love and the vision you have for your wedding day. I want to know all the details!
Whether an elopement or a wedding with a 400 person guest list I will be dedicated to documenting your love story authentically. During the day of, I will be very involved for the fine art portions of the day. I will scout the best lighting, climb a tree to hang the dress, I will rearrange furniture, I may even bring furniture in! (yes, I've been known to keep a small love seat in my truck. hey, you never know when you may want it for an empty field or the middle of a city street.) I want you to be transported back to the day when you look at your photos but also feel like a model. During the parts of the day like getting ready, ceremony, first dance, mingling with guests, and when you're on the dancefloor is when I will be taking a photojournalistic approach. This is where I'm using not only my experience but my intuition as well, anticipating the moments. Usually the right lighting, perfect composition, and subject align for just a second, and then it's gone. 
After the wedding every photo will be edited with a timeless style. I look forward to delivering honest photos to share for a life time.         


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