I love collaborating with different people who have unique and even perhaps complex stories behind them, sharing in a day that will probably be one of the best in their lives.
I strongly believe that wedding photography should be about the real and honest story. If it poured rain all over your guests, ending up looking like drowned rats, or you were trying to hide a baby bump in a tummy-less dress and got black car oil all over it (yes, these are true stories), that’s what adds to the great story you will be telling to the grandkids sitting on your knee in 35 years time.
My aim is to catch people in their most vulnerable and genuine moments. I feel that breaking through the range of different emotions that can overwhelm couples on their wedding day, and reaching their true characters, is vital to capturing a real representation of two people as they are, together.