I have a passion for photography, and I have a passion for people. But I don’t take photos simply because I enjoy doing so. I do it because I truly believe it is necessary.
Everyone has a story to be told, a story that shouldn’t be forgotten. I believe great photographs can tell that story. When I am given the opportunity to take your portrait, my goal isn’t to simply take a picture with you in it– it is to artistically capture your story as it stands presently. I do this so that you may always remember where you were, no matter where you go; to enable you to share today’s story with future generations who long to know it.
When I photograph your wedding, I don’t shoot to document the hour long ceremony and the reception that follows. I aim to tell the beautiful story of your wedding day, in its entirety, through art. Often, that means being around from the moment the first groomsman’s shoe is tied to the second the last car leaves the parking lot. I don’t want to miss a single sacred moment of your special day; because in thirty years’ time, neither will you.