Your ideal photography experience
If you're drawn to the natural charm of film grain and appreciate a blend of candid and classic shots, you're in the right place. My focus is on capturing the real, unscripted moments that unfold during your wedding day—the genuine interactions, heartfelt emotions, and connections between you and your loved ones. While I do include some posed group shots, my primary aim is to weave together the narrative of your day through heartfelt and spontaneous images.
If the notion of tangible prints and a traditional album resonates with you, I'm excited to bring that vision to life. And for those who have a soft spot for the artistic and nostalgic character of Polaroids, I'm ready to create that vintage magic.
Cameras and films
My toolkit encompasses a versatile range of cameras, ranging from classic 35mm options like Canon, Nikon, and Olympus to medium format cameras such as Pentax 645 and Mamiya 6. I'm also equipped with a curated collection of Polaroid cameras, allowing me to infuse your imagery with a unique touch. This diversity allows me to present a mix of black and white and color images, each with its own distinct charm. I place my trust in esteemed film brands like Kodak and Ilford to ensure that the results are consistently captivating. For those low-light scenarios and an added cinematic flair, Cinefilm is another film stock I love to use.
Why opt for film photography?
My love for film cameras started at an early age, using a point-and-shoot camera in the '70s, and I'm drawn to their tactile feel and deliberate process. Film images have a soft and timeless quality that sets them apart from digital. Shooting with film requires a more thoughtful approach, resulting in images that capture genuine emotions and moments.
After being developed and scanned by trusted film labs, in about 2 to 3 weeks, your photographs will be ready, with minimal editing needed due to the inherent beauty of film. I also offer additional services such as printing and album creation, and you can even get the negatives in a keepsake box.