My Approach to Wedding Photography
After photographing hundreds of weddings, I no longer feel the stress you may expect a wedding photographer to feel. Wedding photography is absolutely second nature to me. This allows me to be completely in the flow, totally mindful of the moment, and ready for any possible scenario.
My style of wedding photography is a blend of creative photojournalism and portraiture. For the majority of your day, I will shoot in a journalistic style, quietly capturing the authentic moments of your wedding as they organically unfold. After nearly 20 years of wedding photography, I have developed a "sixth sense" for anticipating important moments, large and small. From your mom squeezing in one last hug before you walk down the isle to the big dip at the end of your first dance, my sixth sense for moments allows me to be in the right place at the right time.
During a much smaller portion of your day, I will be focused on crafting posed portraits. These include romantic photos of the bride and groom, traditional family groups, and wedding party pics. While I may be a fly on the wall for most of your wedding, I'm not shy about gathering and posing small and large groups of people ("herding cats" as your uncle Bob might say). But it is my hope that you enjoy your wedding without being stressed out by hours of posed photos, so I typically limit the total time spent on posed photos to two hours.
Oh and one more detail -- the details! You put time and thought into every piece of your wedding, from your wedding dress to the monogrammed M&M's. I will make sure all of those important details are beautifully documented.