Los Angeles LGBTQ+ Wedding Photographer

Some wedding vendors in Los Angeles don’t support marriage equality or the LGBTQ+ community. Fuck them.

And I’m not proclaiming #loveislove or #lovewins—because duh. Let me be clear. I publicly support inclusivity, gender equality, and marriage equality. And I furiously challenge homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia. Gender identities, gender expressions, and sexual orientations matter. I want you to be yourself and be embraced for who you are—always.

I've been photographing LGBTQ+ weddings since 2011. I want to be your wedding photographer too. Elopements are also awesome!

Although I’m a fan of super-long acronyms, LGBTTQQIAAP (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, ally, pansexual) is pretty lengthy. So, if it’s OK with you, I’m going to shorten that to LGBTQ+ pretty much everywhere in conversation and print.

Also, whether you identify as cisgender, nonbinary, transgender, agender, genderfluid, or third-gender, I’ll always ask about your pronouns. Let me know if you identify best with she|her|hers, he|him|his, they|their|them, ze|zir|zis|zieself, or ey|em|eir. Or any other pronouns.

And since I’m human, if I slip and make a pronoun mistake, please correct me—so I can stop being stupid. Nobody likes stupid.

I’ve photographed public LGBTQ+ couples, private LGBTQ+ couples, and even celebrity LGBTQ+ couples like Sean Hayes and Scott Icenogle. But whether you’re public, private, or a celebrity, know that I’m sensitive to your sensibilities and can’t wait to photograph you next.

Most importantly, I want you to know that you’ll feel safe when you’re being photographed. We’ll plan it that way. You’ll also always feel relaxed and natural with your partner—never awkward or uncomfortable.

Please know that I’m not just clicking checkboxes and optimizing my website for inclusive keywords like “same-sex wedding photographer” or “gay wedding photographer.”

Instead, I’m your supportive ally and unapologetic cheerleader. Everyone should express love openly and often. And I want to capture your love through my photography. LGBTQ-friendly? Hell yes!

Contact me today and let’s get started.