THIS ONE GOES OUT TO THE CURIOUS, THE INTENSE,
AND THE ECCENTRIC. THE TYPE A PLANNERS
AND THE OVER-PREPARERS. THE VISIONARIES.
THIS ONE GOES OUT TO MY PEOPLE.
My approach to serving couples and documenting the wedding day:
1) My goal is to photograph you, your partner and wedding day in the best light, literally and figuratively. So I will work collaboratively with you and your planner to ensure each part of the day is given the thought and attention to detail to make that happen.
2) I strive to be a calm presence, problem-solve and take care of everyone involved as status quo from inquiry to gallery delivery. Planning and preparation are my two middle names, but I do troubleshoot when necessary.
3) My mission is to photograph the day truly as it is and how it unfolds honestly so that you are able to re-live It and be immersed in the emotions and memories.
4) Aside from photography, I am a servant at heart, and will always offer to lend my expertise to you so that your wedding day and photography experience are truly exceptional.
Three reasons: enduring of trends, pure color, and grain.
My very first class in college was a film photography. Nothing can replace the look and feel of film.
Film is timeless and creates an image that feels like a memory. Digital images lack that certain something that only film can capture.
Of course I use digital cameras as well to ensure that every memory is safe-guarded, but I so prefer the look of film images. I have found that my couples do as well and incorporate it into my full 8-hour packages.
HEIRLOOMS FOR THE MODERN COUPLE
A TIMELESS, DOCUMENTARY PERSPECTIVE IGNITED BY A PASSION FOR FILM AND ANALOG PHOTOGRAPHY. art that is elegant, distinctive, and true.
EXPLORE SOME OF MY RECENT FAVORITE FILM AND POLAROID IMAGES
The heart behind my work
Some of my earliest memories of my Nan are of her directing us to smile for the camera. She lovingly filled countless albums and frames with the faces she most loved. I wanted to be just like her, so when I was 11, I created my first album of my own. I snapped photo after photo of our family. And although many of them poorly-lit and blurry, they were mine. And they preserved the beaming faces of my favorite people in the whole world. When my Nan passed, and these amateur images were all I had left of her, I finally understood why she always had a camera in hand. Photography is a time machine, allowing us to relive the moments we cherish with the people we love most.
This is the gift I am proud to offer to each of my clients. Through vivid, honest galleries, they have a window back to the best day of their lives. They can relive every laugh, tear, and epic dance move. And one day, they can pass their story along to the generations that follow, knowing they will live on forever.