Weddings should be fun. Stress is out of style. With my intuitive understanding of how events play out I do everything I can to make sure everything goes well. I've helped groomsmen with their ties and fathers with their flowers. I've helped bridesmaids bustle and I've given speech advice to nervous maids of honor. I do all this as your wedding photographer because the story of your day should be remembered well. I do this because it's part of what I love about my work, the chance to serve others.
It is an incredible privilege to serve by capturing memories for couples and their families. Over the course of hundreds of weddings both in the U.S. and abroad I find joy in visually articulating the joy of others. Each couple is unique and each wedding has it's own story. Pledging ones life to another is a monumental event and because of this I treat my task with great respect.
I got into photography after an hindu astrologer told me to get behind a camera. I thought he was crazy. 6 months later I found myself shooting weddings and was shocked at how naturally it fit in with my personal and professional needs. I have always felt the greatest aim in life is to serve others. I am ridiculously humbled and honored to serve in this way. My favorite part of serving is making people happy and wedding photography has given me a great gift in this pursuit.