I’ve been in business since 2007, photographing weddings, portraits, editorials, and adverts, trying to keep my equipment simple and pack as light as possible.
My focus is always on my clients’ first, how they feel, and what they find the most meaningful about their loved ones.
Even with commercial photography, we discuss their intentions and desires too. When I photograph weddings and portraits, I love to let a scene unfold without much direction because those precious natural moments are quite fleeting and priceless.
I favor shooting the entire wedding with a 24mm + 50mm lens, allowing me to be up close to my subjects and enabling me to hand them back exactly how it felt to be part of their day amidst all the chaos and emotions.
The 50mm is great for details as well as all the personal touches, which gives the wedding their own individual feel.
I round out my gear with a 35mm, 135mm + 70-200mm lens. These are essential to be far away, or for a stunning portrait.
I use my Speedlites when necessary, usually at receptions, and I carry all my gear in a Think Tank Airport Roller Derby bag.
Canon 5D Mark IV x2
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8
Canon 24mm f/1.4
Canon 35mm f/1.4
Canon 50mm f/1.2
Canon 135mm f/2.0
Canon 70-200mm f/2.8
Sima LED lights x4
Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT x4
Canon Compact Battery Packs x2
Eneloop AA Batteries
Trillo & Son Single Strap
Think Tank Airport Roller Derby
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