Wedding photography – especially YOUR wedding photography – should be exactly that. Like the soft notes of a familiar song or the vibrant, fresh beats of a new one, good wedding photography warms the heart, stirs the soul and inspires.
Your wedding photos are not for you. They are for the people in your future together; your children, grand children, friends and family yet to be discovered as you open this new chapter of your lives.
Wedding photography, in my opinion, should not just be of the thoughtful moments and details that mark tradition and celebration, but also of the in-between: the lingering touch of a parent letting go, the comfortable Freshness of a best friend’s warm embrace and the quiet celebration in stolen looks shared by two people across a crowded room…