My approach to photography is simple: make people comfortable and they will look their absolute best. Doing just that, while merging layers of editorial, documentary and fine art styles allows me to create elegant yet candid imagery that tells an honest story.
What makes weddings beautiful is how truly unique each 'story' can be - the same detail that makes them elusive to document well. A common thread all my clients share is an appreciation for the precision in which I photograph events from beginning to end. No matter if it’s a California sunset for portraits, or a New York hotel dance floor, my uncanny ability to produce consistent work in any environment is something i'm very proud of.
The variety of locations I’ve visited has provided the canvas for me to create some of my most memorable photographic work. Whether I’m traveling to meet my clients abroad or at locations within my home state of Florida, experiencing new places is an endless source of inspiration for me.
Photography should be all about the wedding day. The wedding day shouldn't be all about the photography. Get it?
Always give your photographer your family shot lists ahead of time. It's the best way to guarantee we capture all the photos of you and important family members.
Shooting a pre-wedding event, welcome dinner or rehearsal dinner puts photographers at a big advantage for the wedding day. We get to know who's who amongst our couple's family and friends, which creates familiarity for everyone involved.
Always - always - give yourself more time than you think you need. Having a little wiggle room can make all the difference between feeling pressured or excited. Your peace of mind should always take priority.