Why I love wedding photography
Wedding photography at its core is creating memories and capturing emotion. A photograph is a biography of a moment. Each of these photos holds to me a journey into its own very unique moment. Join me in this photographic essay that speaks intimately about Andrea and Sean’s beautiful day. Hopefully the flow and story of their day will inspire you to see photographs from a fresh perspective. Thanks for checking this out.
Getting in close to anticipation is the best
Spontaneous interactions through an arch and tree!
The best views are sometimes unexpected
Your so fly!
Fun in the spotlight
This cover was a must in the midday sun and created beautiful diffused light.
Blissful embrace and pure contentment
Because the mustaches and mad dogs are amazing, not to mention that ring 😉
Demolishing the cliche ring shot creates the best moments
Air drinks taste the best, obviously.
Making her escape and irresistibly gaining the photographer attention
These sisters were meant to be in the same family. So stoked I got this one.
Warming up the pipes
Getting the right angle one the first dance that will last a lifetime
Taking a break with a little snuggle.
The wedding day is full of connections, not just the bride and groom’s
Trying to stay out of trouble following choice words
Grandpa face’s starts the spark
Some of the best father+daughter dance shots ever
Moves made mystify
Corona, from a straw
The perfect light and expression
A image that highlights the wedding, one of the most emotionally packed and candid moments ever…ever
Baby got back
I love changing up the cake cutting shot, check out his light and square behind her as a perfect frame
It nice to have dance photos without boundaries
Tallest groomsman getting lower than anyone else
Street light symphony
Landmark of the ABQ Park Central
Epic fall and the most unexpected reactions possible