allow me to explain

What does "a documentary approach to timeless imagery" mean? 

the art of noticing - a documentary approach

what is film? and why do you include it?

when it comes to photographing your wedding day, I don't want you to be left with every image being perfectly posed and the memory of "my photographer staged this moment so well". 

I want you to be able to look back on your wedding gallery and re-live the authentic moments that took place during the happiest day of your life! 

"The art of noticing" is something I pride myself on as your photographer, as the soft, in-between moments are what I aim to capture (along with the big, celebratory events that encapsulate your wedding, of course!).

Additionally, if you see some blurred images in your gallery - I promise it's not because I "messed up" or forgot to change my settings ;)
 I love capturing motion in my work and sometimes that comes in the form of motion blur/ a cinematic shooting style!  

I get this question a lot, so let's get into it!
While I capture most of your day on my digital camera, I also use a 35mm film camera (aka, this camera shoots on rolls of film, kind of like a disposable camera, but much better quality!)

film adds a certain type of timelessness, nostalgia and authenticity that can't be replicated on a digital platform - which is why I shoot on both!

take a peek at the gallery below for some examples of 35mm film -