My Photography PhilosophyDecember 28, 2011 in
Every photographer sees the world in a different way.
A very famous photographer once said that “there are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” So, what do I put into my work? What is my philosophy? Well.. let’s just say that the best way to sum it up is this: in photography and in life, take love very seriously- and don’t take life seriously at all.
You see, I stand in awe of love. It humbles me, teaches me, and leaves me breathless- especially in those amazing times when I’m able to freeze it in a photograph. On the flipside, a sense of childlike surprise and the ability to just have a great time with whatever you’re doing is something I also welcome into my life and my photography. I feel that being photographed is such a special and exciting thing- and that it should never be made stressful or boring.
When I am your photographer, I get to know you, help you to get to know me, and always make sure you are comfortable during your wedding day/session. I’ll give direction where it’s needed, and disappear into the background when it’s not. I believe that if you want a moment to look real for the camera, the best way to do it is to let it actually BE real.
I want your photographs to be a revelation of who you are and who/what you love.
I aim to be your photography guide, your saver-of-the-day, and your avid fangirl. I’m there to walk you through the process, answer your questions, and make you feel special and beautiful. I’m willing to go the extra mile to make sure you love your photographs.
I would love to hear from you! Please contact me with your plans and your questions. Talk to you soon!