Question: How do you describe your shooting style?
In a word, documentary. I'm also going for timeless, because I believe a well done documentary image is the one that doesn't go out of style. If 20 years from now your pictures scream "2007," it should be on account of your parents' wardrobe, and not because of all the odd trendy little things photographers are doing in Photoshop this year! Basically, I don't do cheese. Rather, I focus on top notch photography. You could call me a purist.
I want to tell your story as it unfolds, and I shoot action as it happens. I won't ask a bride to stop and pose for me while she cuts the cake. She can just cut the cake. However, I will do groups and portraits upon Your request. I successfully adapt this style to corporate and non-profit events as well.
I'm glad to say that I'm an internationally award-winning member of the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA). I chose the WPJA because it actually screens its membership, which is something you just can't take for granted in a photography organization. I've also been selected as a Top Photographer, based quality and value, by the Wedding Photography Directory.
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