I photograph weddings in a photojournalistic way, which means that most photos are naturally discovered moments. This is based on the belief that capturing real and heartfelt moments results in a timeless picture story, while being more enjoyable for clients than a series of pauses for photos. I always prefer original photos to photographic clichés, and find that people often look their best when they are in the moment.
While most photos are captured in a photojournalistic way, I also create some portraits. Regardless of the coverage level, I encourage clients to include some group photos for family historical purposes. For weddings, these would include the couple, wedding party, parents and immediate families. This session can take as little as 15 minutes, depending on the number of groups.
Here are some of my favorite photos from various weddings, organized by subject or time of day:
Getting Ready / Before the Ceremony
Individual Portraits — Bride / Groom
Going to the Ceremony
The Wedding Ceremony
Kids at Weddings
Bride and Groom / Moments Together
Bride and Groom / Portraits
Bride and Groom / Going for a Walk
Pets at Weddings
Event Details and Setting
Bride and Groom / Entrance and First Dance