I know how difficult relationships can be. How tough and dark things can get, and how through it all there are two people simply fighting for each other. A wedding celebrates that fight, it’s a victory dance, and I try to record it by focusing on the connections - between people, between places, between things.
To be honest it has very little to do with me and everything to do with you. Couples who tend to focus on things like having a more relaxed schedule, a smaller group of friends at their wedding, and picking a place that they feel connected to make all the difference. In this environment those connections will be so much stronger, they’ll really have room to grow.
I’ll gladly admit I’m not the photographer for everyone, but if getting married in the woods with a taco truck and a few friends around sounds like something you would be into, I’m sure we could get along. I always suggest that you talk to as many photographers/videographers as you can before booking one. Find the person that truly connects with you, and book them. Try to hire someone you would be genuine friends with. When you are comfortable and trust me it allows me to shoot uninhibited, and when I have freedom you get the best images.