THAT YOU SHOULD ENJOY YOURSELF

ON YOUR WEDDING DAY

I've been taking pictures for over ten years now and I'm going to let you in on the biggest secret I've learned over my career. Take a deep breath, and be present at your wedding. I want you to just be you. After all the planning, coordination, and calculating, there's only one thing left to do— take a deep breath together and just relax.

The reality is: The more fun you're having with friends, the more love you're sharing with loved ones, the more meaningful moments you're having, the more I can burn those memories in. So that you don't have another thing to worry about. So that years later—  like a song that meant the world to you in your youth—  the images of your past conjure vivid recollection of long since faded memories.

Let all the stress go. Life is too short to worry about the little things on your wedding day.  Take a deep breath with your partner in crime.

 

After it's all said and done, this is proof of what once was.

MY COLOR

& MY EDITING

My style falls distinctly into candid photo documentation and portraiture. My photos are captured with either minimal posing or no posing whatsoever. I feel like you shouldn't smile when you don't feel like smiling, and that people look best when they're "just being,"

My color takes cues from film, and both of the modern schools of editing: "Light and Airy", and "Dark and Moody." I believe my color is authentic, with just a touch of something special.

 

I'd like to imagine I'm doing something different, and I think it shows.

THE CAMERA BAG

BREAKDOWN FOR 2020

All equipment is listed in order of usage. First being the most used throughout an average event, last being the least.

Cameras:

  • 2 x Canon 5D MKIV

  • Canon 5D MKII (backup)

Lenses:

  • Canon 85mm f/1.2L

  • Canon 50mm f/1.2L

  • Canon 35mm f/1.4L

  • Canon 28mm f/1.8

  • Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6

I have plenty of other equipment I can take to your event need be. Though I travel as lightly as possible, I'm always, always willing to facilitate everything my clients would need. Even if it's just something to make them slightly more comfortable. Please feel free to reach out and ask about, or request a piece of equipment.