Less is more
— Mies van der Rohe
As an ambassador for Less Stuff More Meaning, I believe in a people-first approach to wedding photography - people, human connections and in-between moments first; the material details help tell the story, but they are not the most important part. I believe in collecting experiences rather than things, and I get excited about making images filled with meaning. In twenty years when the details are outdated, the flowers have wilted and all the food has been eaten, the most important thing you'll want to remember from your wedding day is the love, emotion and human connection. You'll want to look back on the day and feel the words spoken, the deep belly laughs, the safe embraces, the gentle kisses, the stolen glances, and hilarious and heart-warming speeches.
Because the real stuff is the really good stuff.
"Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving.
What you have caught on film is captured forever.
It remembers the little things, long after you have forgotten everything."
— AARON SISKIND