wedding photography




 Recently I took the fateful step into wedding photography. I attended weddings, read books, bought better equipment. I spent endless hours on the internet researching what it takes and how it rewards. I shot my first wedding in January of 2008, and have been rolling along since.

Nothing really prepares you for the responsiblity of capturing a once in a lifetime moment for someone to look at for the rest of their lives. As it turns out though, wedding photography was a natural transistion from travel photography. As a travel photographer I endeavor to capture moments, what photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson liked to call "decisive moments". While you can't capture all of these decisive moments, whether in the street or in a chapel, I have spent a great deal of time trying. Understanding human nature (and reading the ceremony schedule) helps to predict when these decisive moments will present themselves. Sometimes it is a spontanteous tear or laugh, or the predictable smile during the reading of the vows. Whatever moments are important to you should be anticipated and captured, and that is what I attempt to do. I think I offer a unique perspective and vision of wedding photography, predicated on my years of experience outside of this country, trying to capture those decisive moments in a much less predictable and more chaotic world. If you are interested in having me do your wedding, I would love to sit down with you and discuss your needs and wants.

Here is a price list for interested parties.

And here is a small portfolio of images from previous wedding:


Kent and Dina Vinson (January 5, 2008)
(Wes, Ben and Kelli)

Justin and Sarah Long (August 9, 2008)
(Wes and Kelli)

David and Shuo (December 27, 2008)
(Wes and Kelli)

Matt and Sarah Buckmaster (August 1, 2009)
(Wes, Kelli and Luke)


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