The details and décor found at weddings and receptions can be simple, personal, or even lavish. And I want to ensure that they are prominently featured in your wedding coverage.
Although wedding details are certainly party of my wedding photography coverage, when I'm photographing your event, my primary focus will always be to create engaging photos of you and your fiancé, your family, your friends, and the many important happenings at your event. Therefore, since I'm typically not focusing specifically on creating images of dresses, shoes, rings, invitations, bouquets, centerpieces, place settings, table cards, wedding cakes, or any of the many other items often considered wedding details, I strongly recommend that you consider adding a second photographer to your coverage to ensure that wedding details like these are fully explored on your wedding day.
My second photographer is assigned many tasks on a wedding day but some the most important include focusing on documenting the details and décor gracing your ceremony and reception venues. These additional photographs, that you otherwise wouldn't typically receive as part of your coverage if I was working alone, will provide you with a sense of place and over the years will remind you of all of the planning and preparations that went into your special day. One of the things we think about when we're photographing wedding decor or details is whether an item in question was purchased or if the item was made. Essentially, we do our best to photograph anything you spent time making before your wedding event.
With a few notable exceptions where I photographed certain details seen in this portfolio, many of the image in this section represent photography created by my two most-frequently-used additional photographers.
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