As a professional photojournalist, I offer a photo style that combines candid moments and traditional posed portraiture. This means I cover the traditional group photos of the couple, wedding party, families, friends and other guests. But feedback from many of the couples I have worked with indicate that many of your favorite wedding memories occur when you are not aware of the camera, such as a bride gazing at an heirloom ring on her finger in a moment to herself before the ceremony, close-ups of Dad as he tries to keep a stiff upper lip walking down the aisle, and a family member’s fleeting reminiscent expression as she watches the couple’s first dance.
My eye has been refined by 15 years of photojournalism to catch these moments. As time goes by and your actual memories fade, you’ll be able to open your album and recall the myriad small moments that made your big day. You’ll be able to remember how your families, friends, and loved ones got all dressed up and came out to support you — smiling, hugging, and sharing your joy.
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