We believe that what makes a wedding unique are not the decorations, the location, nor the color selection, but the two people who are to become married. Though we document all the elements that define your wedding, our primary job as photographers is to understand who you are as individuals and as a couple. We enjoy spending our time getting to know your life by listening, observing, and conversing. If there were no wedding dresses, tuxedoes, decor, fine dining, or a fancy venue we would be left with two people who are deeply in love. That is the main characteristic that we aim to capture. We would also be in the presence of friends and family who just witnessed their daughter, son, cousin, aunt, uncle, or best friend proclaim their love for another special individual. Capturing their love for you is also something we aim to document. Getting to know the people we meet is something that we treasure and has been one of the most fulfilling aspects of being a photographer. Our goal as photographers is to understand who you are as an individual, as a couple, and as a family; we wish to meet you, know you, and capture the real you with our vision and art.
I have always been involved in art in some way through drawing, painting, or photography. I even wanted to be an architect when I was growing up. However, life took an unexpected turn and I ended up studying psychology in college. I loved learning about people in how they think and feel. I also enjoyed discovering their motivations in life. However, art continued to have a greater influence on me than anything else. As much as I loved psychology, I couldn't stop thinking about photography. I started to take photos of people and discovered that I can learn about others' thoughts, feelings, and motivations through photography! In some sense, I feel I've learned more about people by taking their photo. Getting to know someone and then taking their photo is an incredibly humbling and rich experience. I've learned to appreciate the people I meet and the world around me; I have photography to thank for that.