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Wedding Photography


First year wedding anniversary portrait 

on selective wedding packages.

I believe in being honest and upfront with people, especially potential customers.

So if you're reading this then I am assuming you're looking for a wedding photographer?

I am not one of these fancy high priced, glitz and glam, strike a long 10 minute pose while I shoot from every possible angle and then ask you to jump in the air 8 times with all your guests like other kinds of wedding photographers. If you want that kind of thing stop reading, go get the yellow pages and continue your search for another photographer as that’s not what I’m about (or even like to be honest).

I am just one man with his camera.

I want to capture the best day of your life and I don’t believe in dragging things out in search of some “celebrity” photo shoot wedding.

There will be no “how long is this gonna take?” as I am not here to create any stage theatrics or added stress. 

Stress equals unhappy people and unhappy people aren’t very photogenic.

My selling pitch is simple.

Capture the wedding as it happens, naturally.

My favorite part of wedding photography is capturing people unaware as the day unfolds; the greeting, the hugs, the kisses, the children being themselves added to the general happiness in the air but of course, the traditional group shots at the end are nice too.

So, if you agree please drop me a line and I'll be happy to discuss my wedding packages with you.

Take care, Michael.


Ask me about my "Invisible Photographer" option

for my NON POSED photography!

Handfasting Ceremonies

What Is Handfasting?

Handfasting is an ancient Celtic ritual in which the hands are tied together to symbolize the binding of two lives. While it is most often included in Wiccan or Pagan ceremonies, it has become more mainstream and pops up in both religious and secular vows and readings.