The clients that hire me for wedding photography have all kinds of weddings: small and intimate weddings or big family weddings; I love them all! The one thing all my clients have in common is that they want a photographer who takes a storytelling approach to their day.
A journalistic approach to wedding photography means that I am looking to tell the narrative of the day from the getting ready, the ceremony, and the reception events. This means that I’m recording what is naturally unfolding for a good part of the day rather than prompting it to happen as I would do in a portrait session.
A journalistic approach does not mean that I am completely hands-off all day! What it means is that I consider every part of your wedding to be part of the story. So, along with these little moments like your mom helping you into your gown or your dad wiping away a tear, I’m also documenting all the details and decor you’ve chosen.
During the family and couples session, I will direct and pose you; not only will you look great in the photos, but you can get them done quickly and get back to the party!
I offer three different packages that range from just a few hours of coverage to packages with a second photographer and an heirloom wedding album.
I accept only a limited number of wedding commissions per year, and prime dates book fast, so get in contact soon if you are planning your wedding. To learn more about the packages I offer for weddings, please visit this page, or get in touch with me!