So this isn’t really about me at all..
(I like to think I’m fun and funny but I’m likely just awkward. I wish I had more time to be crafty and make things. I would cook any day over washing the dishes. I want more dogs but my husbands not convinced we can handle it. I could drink soup every day for every meal. I’m allergic to a lot of things and may or may not sneeze at your ceremony.)
BUT.. here’s the face behind the camera and also the face you’ll see if I ever am in front of the camera. Just like the majority of people, photos can make me nervous and awkward as well so here’s how we get past that…
My Style & approach to weddings
Shooting weddings with a documentary approach means that I try to be as unobtrusive as possible, allowing things to happen and the story to unfold. I look for the perfect light while waiting for the quiet, the loud and all the real moments that happen throughout the day. I put my heart forth in everything I do. All of it … meaning that I am crying and laughing with you. Seriously, the more emotionally invested I am in your story and the more you let me in, the better your photos turn out. I’m always looking for that hint of a smile, that roar of a cheer and everything in between. Throughout the day, I love blending in with your guests and being right in the action.
I love being able to connect with and to know the people I work with. We work on fostering a relationship and connection so that you can be yourselves, whatever that may be (nothing is off limits!). The way you interact, fall and fit into each other’s arms is different from any other couple and unique to you. I don’t believe in (awkward) static posing (aside from family portraits!) but rather in the slow dancing, soft caresses and fleeting glances. The trust between us helps me to capture all those special little moments. Those in-between and sometimes imperfect moments are more often than not, the best moments. There is nothing more real than allowing you to be yourselves – capturing you and your love in this season of life so that you can remember and relive the same feelings looking back at the images.