Hey there! I'm Jeremy

I used to think wedding photography was all about taking some pretty pictures to put up on Facebook.

So my wife and I chose the wrong wedding photographer...

And I'm so glad they weren't the ones who actually ended up shooting our wedding.

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That's what I didn't realize until my wife and I got our wedding pictures back. Our favorite picture from our entire wedding was not a stunning portrait that could be the front cover of any best selling magazine... it was a picture we didn't even realize she had taken. It was the moment we shared with my wife's family on Zoom after the ceremony because they couldn't be there in person.

And it's a picture we likely never would have gotten with our original photographer because when we were searching, we only thought to look for two things:

1. Did it look like they know what they’re doing?

2. Did they charge what we thought was a “reasonable” price?

That picture alone is worth far more than what we were going to pay our original photographer


We were so excited and blissfully unaware thinking we had found the right photographer for us, but then COVID changed the world. We flew my wife into the US two days before the US closed the border to Europe and had to change almost everything about our wedding, all the way from the continent to the photographer.

As one of the first COVID weddings, we didn't really know where to start with planning a wedding during a global pandemic. After a while, we were able to figure most things out, but still no photographer. We were so incredibly lucky and found out that one of my mom's tennis teammates was an experienced professional photographer and was willing to work with us.

She did an amazing job at capturing not just a few pretty pictures, but priceless moments that my wife and I would otherwise likely not still remember as vividly as we do. That picture alone is worth far more than what we were going to pay our original photographer and it took booking the wrong photographer and being saved by a global pandemic to realize that our “budget” was made up and that real moments are infinitely more valuable than a few pretty pictures that would go well in a magazine or on Instagram.

What makes your wedding unique?


You shouldn't have to worry about performing on your wedding day, you should get to be yourself and have moments captured as they are.

I totally changed how I shot weddings once I realized how important all of this is.

I make it my mission to capture your story in the most genuine and authentic way possible. Whether that’s the moments when your maid of honor leaps above the crowd to snatch the bouquet and then stares down her soon to be fiancée, or the moments when your bridesmaids and parents are huddling around you to help however they can while you’re in the bathroom feeling sick, I guarantee those will be your favorite pictures of the day!

And as a result, I am proud to be published in 0 magazines (yes, you read that right, it’s not a typo) because I don’t care about it and chances are, you don’t either. While the pictures that make it into magazines and featured Instagram accounts are often absolutely incredible and I have lots of respect for the photographers who imagine, stage, produce, and create them, to me that’s not what wedding photography is all about.


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