For the best viewing experience I recommend looking on a laptop or ipad, simply because I have a low-light gallery further down that can easily be missed on a phone 😊 Here is my online highlight gallery from weddings over the years!

Never miss a thing.

These are just a FEW of many, many wedding photos throughout the years. All of these are more recent, and I am walking into 2023 with over 150 weddings under my belt! I love the consistency, yet uniqueness of every wedding. It allows me to be dependable, yet creative!

Let's talk low-light for a second,

So, you like my galleries for weddings, but wonder how I’ll do in low-light situations. TOTALLY understandable!

Low-light situations are different depending on pretty much every wedding. For example, some ceremony spaces (mostly Catholic Cathedrals, and occasionally other churches) will not allow me to use flash, nor allow me to get within 20 yards of the stage. These can definitely be challenging, for any photographer, especially since churches and ceremony spaces are usually not well lit.

My goal for photographing ceremonies is primarily to, obviously, get every single shot, but I am also concerned with not interrupting the physical view and experience of the people present. I also must abide by the rules of the church, so please make sure you and your pastor/priest communicate about what restrictions they will put on me!

Due to the low-light, no flash allowed policies, and the distance restrictions, the photos will never be like your Portraits. They are an accurate picture of exactly what the space is.

As for Receptions, it’s a different ball game. With flash being allowed, every photo has more of the “party” atmosphere, which is exactly what it is! A celebration!

Enough chat, here are the two different ideas of what to expect in each situation:

These 4 images are from ceremony's where I was not allowed to use a flash.

These 4 are from ceremony's where I used a flash.

Reception Gallery:

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