No matter who you are or how you do it, becoming official co-captains together is exciting. Your day deserves to be documented accordingly: with intention, with heart, with eyes wide open for it all.
A candid documentary approach means I’m always observing: what are the big and small details you'll want to remember? The anticipation, the amount of care, the little acts of love that make things feel extra special - all of the bringing together.
For most of the day, I take a light-handed approach. If I can, I’ll direct you into nice light or move a bit of clutter, but most of the time, I’m getting to know your people and documenting moments as they unfold.
All your energy, quirks, and serious moments. Your images should capture who you are. During portraits, I focus on ways to bring out your connection together - usually through movement & conversation, and almost always ending in laughter & snuggles.
No more worrying about feeling awkward. I'll be your coffee with creamer: warm, intentional, and gentle - but peppy enough to keep you feeling good.
The hours after your ceremony hold some of the very best parts of the day. The nerves are gone, lips are a little looser, laughs a little louder, eyes softer, and childhood stories weave together with ones of how you've grown. However you celebrate, make it something you'll freaking cherish.
"We came into this engagement/ wedding process not knowing what to expect, but from the moment we met you, we felt so at home and like we could bring our whole selves into the process. You made us feel so comfortable & happy that it permeated through everything else.
Thank you for sharing your magic & bringing all of yourself to your work, & going the extra mile at every turn. Truly magical!
You have a very special power in helping people stop and see themselves and each other even in the midst of total chaos and meltdowns. It is impossible not to love you to pieces and cherish your presence in our lives. Meeting you has been one of the best things that has ever happened to us and our family."