It’s the small details that tell the big picture.
It’s said that finding true love is akin to catching lightning in a bottle. Well, the same can be said of photography. It’s about the chance moment. The glance. The look. The lightning between two people. It’s those sparks of magic that we love to capture. In setting out to document the big day we're always on the look out for the small details. The rush of anticipation , the welcoming of family and friends, and even the freeloaders. The hustle and bustle of getting ready, of getting to the church on time. The bending of time as the ceremony floats by. And then, the burst of fun and pure joy that will rumble on into the wee small hours. We believe it’s the small details that really tell the big picture.
Not traditional wedding photography.
Our specialty is creating an honest, natural visual narrative of your wedding day. We prefer not to ask people to look at the camera and smile. Catching moments, big one's and small one's. We love laughter - but when it’s natural and real. We also love tears and nervous looks. We like windswept hair, and the not-so-perfect reality of life. We don’t mind the rain or a veil blowing wildly in the wind . The laughs & the snorts. Guests laughing so hard they spill wine on themselves. Our photography is just as much about how you feel as how you look. We are there to help and give direction when needed, but prefer situations that encourage authentic emotion. Honest & meaningful photography, that's what we do.
What about the family photos?
Although we put emphasis on the naturalness of the photography, we believe family photos are extremely important at weddings. We also believe couples who hire us want to spend a limited time away from their wedding doing them. Our approach to family photography at weddings is simple. We have a suggested list of 6-8 photos for immediate family. We understand that weddings aren’t all the same, so of course there is some variation expected on this list, but our interest is getting the key family “mantel piece” photos in a quick and efficient way so you can get back to the fun of the main event.