Wedding photography, to me, isn't just about creating a handful of stunning images. The magic of photography is the way it can draw us into a moment and allow us to relive a second, an hour, or a day of our lives, all without any words or sounds. I think of each wedding day as a story; a collection of moments both big and spectacular, and small or seemingly mundane. I aim to capture what makes each big and small moment special - the light, the movement, the emotion. I think about my photographs as a way to explain to somebody who wasn't there exactly what each part of the day both looked and felt like. When those images are then assembled together, they play off each other to create a complete story.
Because storytelling is such an important part of how I approach wedding photography, it's important that I display my photos in individual wedding stories. Navigate through each wedding to see a highlight reel of the story of that wedding. Allow yourself to become immersed in the narrative and the emotions of each wedding. If you can FEEL something while looking at a photo of a stranger's special day, imagine how amplified the experience will be when you're looking through your own wedding photos. It's truly magical.