Rachel and Mason, you two aren't just looking for another photo for insta. You're looking for something special, something to hang on the wall, something that will age well and become part of your families' legacy. Artifacts are important to me. I have spent the better part of 20 years collecting them for my clients and it would be an absolute honor to be trusted with documenting your weekend. With over 20 years experience documenting weddings you can rest assured, I have this for you. I look forward to seeing you two commit forever together and dance the night away with your people.
Jenny and Dinshaw were married at the Riverbend in front of their closest friends and family. Jenny had two daughters who Dinshaw has since adopted as his own. Click the photo of them dancing below to see their full gallery.
Super 8mm is one of my favorite mediums. I love its versatility and the ease with which I can tell the story of your day. Nothing conjures up a memory like reliving it through the magic of moving pictures. I don't know quite what it is, maybe it is the imperfect nature of the tiny film, the little scratches and spots of dust flying by the screen, or the shakiness, whatever it is I find it captivating and hope you will too. I always shoot every event with 2 or 3 cameras, substituting one out for a Super 8 works seamlessly with my workflow. If you've been on the fence about hiring a videographer and just haven't liked what you've seen, or you aren't sure if you want 4 more cameras at the wedding, perhaps something a little less tech and more feel is what you need.
Now we schedule a zoom, happy hour, or coffee and get acquainted. I can't wait to hear more about your day, what you're looking forward to the most and learn more about your wants and needs for your photographs. Feel free to give me a call, text or email with any questions or to set up a time to visit. I can't wait to hear your stories.