Wedding days are happy chaos and not one is alike. So much thought and planning goes into making the day as perfect and no detail is overlooked. While all of these things make your wedding one of a kind, as your photographers we look deeper into your day and your relationships to tell a detailed account of your big day.
Everyone comes to expect the traditional moments such as the mother dressing her daughter, the father walking her down the aisle and traditional family photos. We believe that these big moments are the foundation of a wedding day that is rich in tradition and deserves to be celebrated!
Equally, we know the story is not just about a bride and groom, but rather, hundreds of smaller stories happening between the big moments. We like to refer to this as a photojournalism. This type of photography takes a more hands-off approach and allows us to document the day just as it is really happening without interference or over posing. The in-between moments are the very fiber that your relationships are made of. They are the story of why you love the ones you love and what makes your relationships with them so special.
60% of the wedding day we are in a photojournalistic mindset and the remaining time we are dedicated to crafting creative portraits and family heirlooms. When you look back on your wedding day, we want you to have an account of the people who made up your life on one of the most important days in your love story.