Photography has been a passion of mine for the past 20 years. I purchased my first professional grade canon camera at the age of 13 and have been shooting ever since. In the past 10 years I have had the honor of shooting over 350 weddings. My preferred style of shooting is photojournalism although I enjoy taking formal posed photos as well. Photojournalism is an approach based on documentation: telling a story of the wedding day using photographs. I love photographing a wedding and freezing moments in time unnoticed with my camera.
The photojournalist's goal is to take pictures while people are not aware they are being photographed. By blending with the crowd, a photojournalist is able to capture the action as it unfolds - the true emotions, the real expressions, the happiness and joy. Instead of the traditional formal portraits and posed candids, this approach produces a more intimate, artistic take on a wedding. Photos will reflect a fleeting, unposed moment that conveys the emotions of the day. means to capture the real, true thing. Nothing is being corrected, recreated, staged or posed. For a photographer, the Wedding day it is like a sheet of canvas. He is a visual artist - the way he captures your wedding day is the way you will remember it for the rest of your life.