Stefanie & Rick
When we were planning our wedding in 2010, we were also trying to buy a house at the same time. Adam, my brother, had recently started to develop his photography business and we were a bit skint. The logical conclusion was to ask him to do our wedding photography. Oh, and we always thought his photos were amazing, so it was win-win for us!
We weren’t after traditional formal posed photographs and our wedding was definitely of the ‘home made’ variety. Adam recruited a few photographer friends for the day and we could not be happier with the results. Considering it was early on in his photography ventures, what he managed to capture was incredible.
And I’m still please to see he uses photos from the day as part of his promotional material. It has been so great to see him develop over the years and his photos never fail to stun us. But what I have loved watching most of all, is how he has developed his abilities to relate to clients and put them at ease. He really is a ‘people-person’.
He recently did a ‘couples shoot’ for us. I think we put him through his paces as we are quite awkward to photograph in general but he did really well at taking some wonderful natural photos of us and, more importantly for us, captured the scenery around us beautifully.
So you may think we are biased, but I get a bit of a ‘behind the scenes’ glimpse into a lot of the things he does, and I am 100% certain he will not fail to impress you.