vintage photographic techniques
Over the last ten years, my work has taken me to weddings traditional and non-traditional, religious and civil, rural and urban, high-end and handmade, in places as far east as China, west as Scotland, south as Mexico, and every sort of destination in between. Sometimes I happily feel like I live out of my camera bag, rather than out of my suitcase. These past years and the countless weddings that filled them have filled me with a genuine awe of people in love.
My husband, Matthew, and I work together at weddings to blend editorial style coverage with modern documentary style reportage. But, we love being commissioned to create a few special vintage process photographs, including platinum/palladium hand-prints, emulsion lifts, and image transfers. This portfolio is best viewed in person, as many of the prints have a tactile quality. Please feel free to look through the website, but we recommend contacting the studio if you would like to set up an appointment to view more of our work.
Please also visit our blog, Pursuing the Picture Perfect Wedding—it’s full of tips on how to work with your photographer and how to get the most out of your photography; notes on trends in wedding fashion, florals, and decor; interviews with wedding industry innovators; and the very occasional rant on avoiding fashion disaster.