your wedding day is an insanely important day, but so are the days leading up to it. It is my goal to get to know you like an old friend, so by the time your wedding day rolls around i get to play my three best selves: your friend, your photographer and the fly on the wall.
I know that time is our most valuable asset and believe me, i take time with my family seriously. i don't want to take you away from family and friends, so if you don't have time to get together in person, let's set up a skype call and cheers over some bandwidth! and if you're doing an engagement session or bridal session we'll have that time too.
beyond that, during your wedding i am focused on moments, emotions, the people...not details. i was not happy with my wedding photographs, so i will always shoot your wedding with the love, attention, artistry and respect for the important things that i wish mine had been. that's not to say that i don't photograph details (earrings, rings, shoes, dress etc), it's just as an old friend once told me: "I prefer details with a heartbeat." SO in the course of any wedding day when i am invariably faced with decisions to look this way or that, if it's between catching a stunning detail shot of florals in a vase or your grandmother looking at you in that special way, your grandmother always wins. always.
and lastly, when i deliver to you all of your final photos, you will also receive a pre-designed album layout whether your collection comes with one or not. this is because I firmly believe every couple should have an album. as much as i don't care for the photos from my own wedding, the album is all i have of it. and that was almost 12 years ago when profile photos weren't a thing. our photographer gave us CDs (yup, that was a thing) with all the photos and i have no idea where they are. so if you print nothing else, print an album. this is your story. make sure it can be told for generations, because it is absolutely worth telling.