Our philosophy on photography can be best described as vibrant, environmental, and photojournalistic. We regularly incorporate advanced off-camera lighting techniques which helps capture dramatic, bold images to distinguish our images and “wow” you, your family and friends. A photojournalist at heart with an eye for visual storytelling. Our photos are timeless and we want you to look back at your photos ten, twenty, thirty years from now and remember the amazing moments of your day.
Not only do we place a strong emphasis on creating amazing pieces of art, we strive to help aid in creating a fun, professional experience even when the wedding details don’t always go to plan. This means being prepared for any lighting situation, inclement weather or any other challenging obstacles that may occur. We walk into every wedding with a “game plan” and know when it’s appropriate to take a step back and capture moments as they happen, or when we need to be more assertive and take control of a situation (such as posed family portraits). With literally hundreds of weddings shot over a twenty-year career, you can trust us to always capture the moment.
We always recommend having a “First Look” on the day of the wedding with you and your significant other. If you are dead set on seeing each other for the first time during the Ceremony, we totally support it, however if you’re on the fence or not quite sure what the benefits of seeing each other before-hand are, hopefully you’ll find this info useful on our stance regarding the “First Look”.
I'm not sure what a First Look is?
The “First Look” (aka “the reveal”) is a moment where you and your soon to be husband/wife see each other for the first time on the wedding day. Traditionally, a couple would see each other for the first time as they walk down the aisle in front of all their guests, but in recent years couples have opted more and more to see each other beforehand. You can opt to have it privately between just the two of you, or invite a few of your wedding party/family members to enjoy and revel in the moment as well. Whoever started this trend was a genius, because there are so many advantages to doing so. There really are only Pros.