I have been in the wedding industry since 2017. Having spent a decade in education teaching languages before pivoting to wedding photography, my relaxed editorial style is inspired by years of immersing myself in different cultures and knowing what to say to help people relax.
The most important part of my job is getting to know you as a couple. By the time your wedding day comes, I will know all the details that mean the most – everything from the styling, florals, and tablescapes to your wedding party, immediate family, and closest friends.
The more I know about what and who you want to capture, the more you can focus on being in the moment. Being a wedding photographer is a huge privilege and responsibility – and after months of catch-ups, I love nothing more than capturing your vision as it unfolds.
My background in languages has benefited my wedding photography in so many ways. Speaking French, Spanish, and Italian has helped me communicate with local suppliers at a number of destination weddings (not to be underestimated!) Like education, wedding photography requires intuition, empathy, and compassion, and the ability to read the room, adapt prompts to suit all personality types, and communicate in a way that brings the best out of people.
My photography style considers and is sensitive to everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, and sexuality. I never go into a wedding with a set list of poses – instead, I read your body language and make my prompts unique to you. Avoiding gender stereotypes – even with my prompts – allows you to take the lead depending on what you are comfortable with.