I graduated from Boston University with the intent of becoming a food photographer. So how did I end up doing weddings? To be honest, I just love weddings. Marriage is an amazing thing in itself. I find it an honor to be involved in a day symbolizing the commitment two people make to each other, and photographing the special occasion is a blessing. Capturing their love and freezing it in time is the best way to remember their wedding and I love being able to provide that service.
When I prepare to photograph a wedding the process starts about two months before the actual day. First, I meet with the bride and groom to go over all the details of their wedding. Next, I begin planning ways to capture the personalities of the bride and groom on their wedding day. Finally I capture the moments.
Photographing a wedding is not just a one day shoot. After the bride and groom depart for their honeymoon the process begins. I put together a package that displays the best moments of the ceremony and reception. Each photograph is edited for color, size, and other technical aspects in order to produce a treasured keepsake for the couple. The process from image capture to final album takes time but the effort is truly worth it as I am able to provide the bride and groom with a record of their wedding.
To be able to do something I love is a blessing in itself. To do something I love and to share it with you is more than I could ever ask for.