Almost all of the couples who choose me for their wedding photography ask me about doing an engagement session, too. My engagement shoots are fun and low-key. I like to create a relaxed environment where you can be yourself and look your natural best. We make lots of casual photos of the two of you together and usually separate, too.
The one thing I always tell couples when they ask is: if you’re going to make a wedding video, make a good one. You want your wedding film to be worth your time, money and effort. Investing in a bigger vision – not just making something you want to watch – is important.
Being creative involves imagination and original ideas. Hiring someone who is truly creative for your special day means that photographer or planner or floral designer will treat your wedding like a work of art (because it is!)
Every time I visit a friend or client, the first thing I notice are the photographs they choose to display in their home. The wedding photos that I most often see hanging on a wall or framed on a shelf are beautiful group shots of the entire family together. It brings me joy to see these wedding photos on display, and it serves as a constant reminder that these are truly valued moments in everyone’s lives.
When I plan the timeline for portraits with my clients, one of the first things I ask them is if they’ve considered doing a “First Look.”
I was very excited to attend my good friend Matt’s wedding in September – I haven’t been to a wedding as a guest in a while. I was also surprised and delighted to receive this pre-wedding email with information on parking, dress and a very special request…