Weddings

Photography is all about connecting with people, and

finding the magic.

The photos come easy after that. Anyone can point a camera and click the shutter, but when you are able to connect with person in front of the lens you get a completely different insight and view. My process is an organized approach on the front end, and a very organic fluid approach on the wedding day.

I want to know about you,

I want to meet up beforehand and hear about how you met, who proposed to whom, and

whether you drink tea or coffee.

I want to know the details of your day. I want to keep in touch before the wedding and know any changes, or even just if you’ve found the most perfect centre piece for your tables. I want to help you

plan a schedule

so that we get the most out of your photos and I know exactly where I need to be. I want you to be relaxed on your wedding day and

I want to be relaxed as well.

I want to take the most

amazing photos

you have ever seen of yourself and your partner.
Washington State Wedding :: Melanie and Drew
There aren't too many words that can describe how beautiful this day was. I was so honored to be a part of it and to share in Mel and Drew's happiness. To photograph the girl I grew up next door to marrying an awesome guy, was really amazing. Everything went perfect, and so much of it was the product of love, family and friends. Thank you guys for bringing me there.
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Southampton Wedding Photography :: April & Will
I had such a fun time photographing this "trash the dress" session with April and Will. They both were so full of fun energy and we giggled a lot this morning. I love how the images turned out and the dreaminess of it all. I took along a roll of film to compliment the gorgeous shots we got of April trashing her dress.Love, love, love.So many moments like this.
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Springhill House Wedding Photography – Worcestershire
The Day This wedding was so beautiful. I knew it would be. From the moment we got the news that Em and John had gotten engaged, I couldn't picture anything but a spectacular day for them. From what I knew and had heard about Emily, she doesn't do anything half fast. So when she wrote to me, asking if I might possibly photograph it for them, I was thrilled (almost like being asked to shoot the royal wedding thrilled). When these two came out for our wedding in January they spent the whole week up on the mountain with us. I was a bit worried that Emily might change her mind about wanting me to photograph their wedding, because well, I didn't e ...
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