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PHOTOJOURNALISM
MARATHON PHOTOGRAPHY
BIO RAVES MY APPROACH CONTACT

MY APPROACH

So what is wedding photojournalism? What does it mean to have a photojournalist at  your wedding?

Simply put, I document what happens at your wedding. I’m quiet, deliberate and, after a while, you'll forget I am there. I don’t ask you to re-enact certain moments. I don’t ask you to look into the mirror and pretend like you are fixing your hair. You just go about your business and I document your day.

When it is all said and done, you'll have an album that tells the story of your day. I think that's a lot better than an album full of posed pictures taken at the front of the church.

Does this mean I don't do formal photos? It does not. I understand brides and grooms do want some formal photos, and I happily oblige. That's why I spent three summers learning portrait photography for a studio.

 

Formals generally take about 30 to 60 minutes. This means the groom and groomsmen don't have to show up at the church four hours before the wedding. Grooms love me for this.

 

I offer a simple and straightforward plan for brides and grooms.

Included in your package is a folder of your high resolution files (copyright free) and an online gallery of your images. You can add on coffee table books, engagement sessions and proof books, if you choose.

No goofy fees pop up at any point. The fee is the fee. Tax is included. Travel in the Twin Cities area is included.

 

We often take our show on the road, so if you're in outstate Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota or Iowa, no problem.

Plans are also available for brides and grooms in other states.

 

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