My excitement and love for photography grows with every person I meet...every photo I take.

It brings me joy to capture your emotions, your laughter, and your moment with every frame.

Its your story. You are unique.

Let me be your visual record keeper.

eyefull: what God has joined together...James & Sereena

23 September 2010
There is something about weddings that just get me so excited and nostalgic and wistful.

Boy meets Girl.

Girl meets Boy.

They go on a few dates and I believe that only after a few dates, you can know for sure if this one is your forever after...that's just me.

Meet James and Serena.
Boy met Girl at a dance real dancing, ballroom!
They dated a few times. And after a few dates, she knew he was the one (See, I told you).
And here we are, a year later...

It all starts with the details...




and the cake...we can't forget the cake!




I was so priviledged to get to tag along with Kim for this wedding. This being my first wedding, it was nice to not have the pressure placed on me, but to assist Kim with setting up shots. As a second shooter, I shot at different angles than the first shooter. Which was perfectly fine with me...although some of my first shooterness did come out during the day. Kim said she was thankful for those times when I stepped into the spotlight, it gave her an opportunity to catch her breath and refocus her thoughts.



The church we were in was pretty dark, but this stair case had beautiful light streaming down, so it was decided to shoot a series of photos with the bridal party in the stairway.

One of my favorite shots shooting down from the top of the stairwell.




I was positioned at the top of the stairs, so my angle was down (from the top) and down from the back.


Every bride needs her best girls to stand with her. These three ladies were so nice. Such great personalities. The bridesmaid in the middle just had a baby six weeks ago and she looks fabulous rocking that dress.


I think my strength is in the details. I love capturing the hand holding, the flowers, the shoes, the rings...such sweetness.

Probably my favorite shot of the day. This was taken just before the sun set and the light was fading fast. The couple wanted to get inside and enjoy their guests and so allowed for a few more shots. Love this one.

Of course photographing weddings is like nothing else. I went in with some ideas of how it could be done and now I know that weddings is an entirely new ball game. Thankfully I have opportunities to second shooting a few more weddings within the next few weeks. I know my skill will improve in this area and I already have thought about areas that I need to work on for the next one. And I can't wait. I get to photograph with my girl Stella from and Kacey Luvi from I am thrilled to work with these two fantastic photographers. Stay posted....its weddings weddings weddings over the next few weeks!


Life as TeamEspy said...

Love the photos! Weddings are always wonderful, looks like you captured some great moments. Congrats to the wedded couple.

Kristi said...

I like that you are recognizing what your eye is being drawn to- the details. Knowing your pull and going with it will help you to define your style! :)

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