What's Your Story? From my photojournalism days I learned that as photos gain meaning they become timeless. While an image can stop you and draw you in it's the the story that makes it stick. I want to make photos about you that spark conversation. Stories you'll want to show your kids--and ones they'll actually want to talk about. What do you really care about? How did you meet? What do you love about each other? What are the best experiences you've shared? It doesn't really matter if it's posed or not, or looks epic or not. If it doesn't say anything about you it'll just be another pretty picture. A week afterwards won't care how many likes it got. This is about moments fleeting, unique, and personal. Things that will no longer exist someday. This is for you and your heritage. If it's your wedding, make it about being yourselves, filling the day with laughter and relaxing in the moments of friends and family enjoying life. As years go by you'll treasure your stories even more.