My approach

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Let’s get real for a minute.
In 2018, I got off a plane from a wedding to bury my grandma from a “surgical error”


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My grandma and I were the same person. I spent most of my childhood at her house. And when the hospital made a huge mistake on a simple “in-and-out procedure”, my entire world stopped…

I still had a number weddings lined up, but, I aimed for something more. I realized something so important: connections. From that moment forward, I not only captured my couples and their undying love, but, I realized the importance of capturing their families, in raw form and unposed.

Mom crying while her daughter gets dressed, the bride dancing with her grandma, dad hugging his sweet girl before they walk down the aisle one last time… These were the moments that would outlive the test of time. These were the moments we needed to focus on, to remember them, as they were.

I realized, when I searched for comfort in my own wedding photos, that one day someone else’s photos will do the same thing. I document the day as it was, I capture the clients emotions, and I deliver a legacy that will live forever.





“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
— Aaron Siskind


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