If there’s ever a life event that’s meant to be savored, it’s your wedding day. Not only does it mark the most amazing celebration of your love, but rarely do ever have your closest friends family all gathered together. Having just gotten married myself, I can say, the day is RICH. There’s so much to take in, so much to feel, so much to notice. Rushing, stress, family dynamics, and even not jiving with your wedding photographer have the potential to distract from this richness.
I’m all about presence and the act of savoring your wedding day to the max. Four years of grad school for psychology definitely influenced my appreciation for this, as did my wife and my own wedding experience. “Savoring” is accomplished by helping you slow down, it’s planning margin into your wedding day timeline, it’s stopping you for a moment to fully engage your senses and emotions.
Over my 8 years as a full time wedding photographer, I’ve found that savoring paired with powerful imagery creates a meaningful visual product that I’m incredibly proud to provide my clients.