1. A Moment Between Bride and Ill Father
  2. Groom Seeing His Bride For The First Time
  3. Bride's Mom Wiping Tears Away at Church
  4. Groom Shaving and a Bare Assed Groomsman
  5. Groom and Groomsmen Laughing at My Jokes
  6. Groom Wiping Tears Away After Reading Letter From Bride
  7. Bride Crying After Hugging With Bridesmaid
  8. Bride Getting Out of Limo to Head To Church
  9. Emotional Groom After Couple's First Look
  10. Best Mand Kissing Groom During Couple's Kiss
  11. Groom Playfully Biting Bride's Shoulder
  12. Flower Girl Looking at Bride and Groom's Ring Exchange
  13. Bride and Mom Touching Foreheads in Silent Moment
  14. Bridesmaid Wiping Bride's Tears During Ceremony
  15. Bride's Emotional Father During Father Daughter Dance
  16. Groom's Reaction After Seeing His Bride At First Look
  17. Bride and Bridesmaids Walking Up To The Church
  18. Flowergirl and Bride Looking at the Wedding Dress
  19. Bride Wiping Tears Away At the Old Mill Toronto
  20. Groom Wiping Tears At The First Look
  21. Bride and Father Embrace After First Look
  22. Minister Crying During Ceremony
  23. Groom Getting His In The Face With Flower Petals
  24. Groom with Bra During Wedding Games
  25. Bride Group Hug After Reveal
  26. Teary Bride Listening to Groom's Vows
  27. Bride Missed Ear Hole When Putting on Earning
  28. Funny Gentlemen Dancing at Wedding
  29. Adorable Flower Girls Laughing
  30. Wiping Sweat for Groom's Forehead
  31. Wedding Party at The Rainat Phyllis Rawlinson Park
  32. Bedeken Ceremony at a Jewish Wedding
  33. Bride and Mom Giggle Time
  34. Mom Breaks Dad's Boutonniere
  35. Groom Showing Off His Dance Moves
  36. Bride's Reaction to a First Look
  37. Groom's Reaction to Seeing His Bride at the Reveal
  38. Mother Kissing Groom Before The Wedding
  39. Groom Gets Tears Wiped by Bridesmaid
  40. Brides Giving Me The Evil Eye
  41. 1950's Bride Smiling and Laughing
  42. Fun With The Wedding Dress
  43. Groomsmen With Their Pants Off In Hot Tub
  44. Bride Leaving Family To Start New Life With Groom
  45. First Look Reaction from the Groom
  46. Priest Posing for Photo with Couple
  47. Tears of Laughter and Joy
  48. Bride's Surprise at First Look
  49. Bride and Wedding Party Laughter
  50. Boudoir Book Reveal and Groomsmen Reaction
  51. Cheers at Panacea Resort in Koh Samui Thailand
  52. Diaper Change with Wedding Dress
  53. 3all2osx0l0
  54. A Quiet Moment Between Takes
  55. Bride and Mom Putting On Bracelet
  56. Groom and Father Getting Ready
  57. Dressing The Bride by the Bridesmaids
  58. Wedding Party Best Blue Steel
  59. Bride and Groom Listen To Guest Singer
  60. Brother's Tongue In Cheek of Groom

Beautiful Wedding Moments

Weddings naturally lend to candid moments, which makes them perfect for a photojournalist photography style. My goal is to give as little direction as possible, so that every moment is authentic. At some points, you won’t even know we’re there.

I want to capture real moments, heartfelt and heartwarming; nothing staged, nothing posed. While I do jump in with directions when a great photo opportunity arises, the process is mostly organic.

Being able to capture moments as they happen is a skill mastered over years of photographing and years of experience. Oliver and I plan for each step of the day to make sure we’re at the right place at the right time. That instinct, honed over the years, allows me to anticipate and be ready to shoot those important memories.

What to Expect on Your Wedding Day

I like to keep as much of the wedding day as photojournalistic as possible. Oliver and I take what we like to call a ‘directed documentary’ approach. This means we stay hands-off as much as possible, but still step in to give advice when need or an idea arises.

This method applies most directly to the earlier sections of the day, such as the couple getting ready, the first look/reveal shoot and reception. After the actual ceremony, during the cocktail hour and reception, we will bring the bride and groom outside for more creative shots, but aim for in between courses. The idea is to keep things as natural as possible.

The actual wedding ceremony is completely photojournalistic. At this point, you won’t even notice Oliver and me; your focus can remain solely on your future husband or wife and your family and friends. I love shooting unscripted, genuine moments between loving couples and the ceremony is dedicated entirely to that.

You get the best of both worlds with our photography approach. For those that don’t want conventional, boring photos and value authentic moments, our editorial, documentary style does just that.

On the other hand, we recognize not everyone is completely comfortable in front of a camera at first, or ever. I’m not going to throw you to the wolves. I will give you the direction you need if you need it. Sometimes a beautiful Bride in bad light, is perhaps not a beautiful as shoe could be, in good light.

This primarily comes from building trust between myself and the clients. If you feel comfortable with me, you’ll feel comfortable with the camera.

Trusting Your Wedding Photographer

To get the gorgeous photos you want, it is so important to trust your photographer. This goes doubly true for ones like me. So much of our style depends on grabbing moments happening organically and an uncomfortable person will come across on camera.

When you trust mine and Oliver’s presence, everything becomes fluid – even for the most camera shy! This is why we insist on meeting our couples and having a good conversation before making any decisions.

Another way we recommend to build comfort and trust, is trying an engagement shoot before your big day. You can think of it as a trial run that ends with some awesome images! This way you know what to expect with your photographer, how they work and how you interact, before the main show.