By the end of your special day, when all is over, your photographer would affect the way you remember it for the rest of your life. Don't you agree?
THE EMOTIONS WITHIN THE MOMENT
As a photojournalism style wedding photographer, I see myself as a historic reporter to capture precious life moments as they happen. I see myself as an artist to paint the expressions and emotions of the heart with my camera. I am confident in my ability to observe, anticipate, see, and capture those moments. However, YOU are the stars, and, YOU make everything happen.
HOW DO I WORK
I try to keep things simple and myself mobile. I prefer natural light whenever possible to secure more natural-looking images. When composing a picture, I try to keep it clean, yet powerful and artistic. Each photo I take has its own story to tell.
A typical day starts with me photographing the bride and groom getting ready. During ceremony and reception, I will avoid drawing attention from you, the event, and the party unless called upon. These special times are when much is happening and emotions are running high. My cameras and I will be working hard to capture these moments.
For bridal portraits, I will work with you and compose simple and yet artistic images. Wouldn't you like images that look like you just stepped out of a fashion magazine? Me too!
If, when it's all over and you look at the photos and say "Jack, I really like these photos! Wow! I didn't even notice you were there!"...That is music to my ears. I will have accomplished something and made my contribution to the lasting and loving moments of your special event.
"Jack was so informative about the photo details for our wedding. He was always on time and organized when we met with him. He gave us a lot of options for the photography sessions and our pictures turned out magnificent. His follow through was impeccable and he kept us up to date on the arrival of our pictures. I would highly recommend Jack for a photographer, he will forever and always be tied to the memories from our wedding day."