A few years ago, I would tell you of my love for photography but lack of desire to do wedding photography. Wedding photography didn't appeal to me until fairly recently, and now I quite love it, honestly. My initial interest in photography centered on seeing the ordinary in a unique way. Buildings and landscapes tended to be the subjects that would catch my eye.
I've found this changing over the past year or so. More and more I am drawn to photographing people in moments that truly portray them and what they are feeling or thinking in that instant. There's such beauty in capturing on camera a strong moment in time that would otherwise be a mere memory at most. Photography enables us to document these moments, feelings, encounters, and I think it is a gift. Weddings are particularly ladden with these moments, and I love getting a shot no one else would or did. And in my case, it sure helps me out when the brides are as beautiful as can be.
Not only has the subject of my photography changed, but I think my style has also evolved. It's been a natural development, happening subtly over the years. I'm carving out a photographic identity, photo by photo, and you are all welcome to join me in this journey. You know I'll share enough pictures to take you along with me. :-) Thanks for all the kind words, support and opportunity you provide!