And I'm a wedding photojournalist
My job is to tell the story of your wedding in photographs that surprise and delight --
The Real Story
(Not the mythical one where you and the love-of-your-life pose like models on a fashion shoot.)
It's about friends and family
Let's face it. Your wedding is not just about the two of you. If it were, you would go to the courthouse, have a justice of the peace marry you and head off on your honeymoon.
You're not doing that, because for you a wedding is as much about friends and family as you the couple.
As a client of mine, not only will you receive photographs of the two of you having the time of your lives on your wedding day, you will also receive photographs of friends and family cheering you on.
It's not about your photographer
Some photographers orchestrate your wedding day telling you and your friends and family how to pose for "candid photographs."
If you prefer a photographer who spends most of the day blending into the background rather than telling you where to stand or how to pose, you've come to the right place.
No cookie-cutter photos
The photographs I take at your wedding (mitzvah or event) won't look like those from anyone else's. By letting your day unfold naturally, I will capture honest moments, big and small. This type of photography is known as documentary photography or photojournalism.
Many photographers claim to be wedding photojournalists. A review of their websites will reveal whether photojournalism or posed portraiture is their real passion. The photographs you see here reveal my passion for capturing love, laughter and tears of joy.
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