I love to start with the “getting ready” pictures because this is where the story really begins. I snap away, generally unnoticed, at any detail that will be fondly remembered. I like to try and capture the little moments that occur the morning of the wedding that the average person may not remember but mean so much. The ceremony itself will be covered from as many angles as possible. I shoot with a long lens so there’s no need for me to stand right up there with you. After all this day is all about you, not your photographer. After the ceremony is over and you have been congratulated by your friends & family, I’ll ask the couple to spare me a few moments. We’ll get away from the crowd and take some personal photos. This is also the time to organize any group shots with extended family or people that came from long distances. Next is the most fun and creative part, the wedding party shots. After that the rest of the day and evening will be covered with candid photography. That means I follow the action I don’t direct it. I am there to document your wedding as it naturally unfolds. My journalistic style of photography that captures every little detail that makes the story of your dream day complete.