What is Afterglow?

It is about simple joys, cozy afternoons, and deep affection.

The tiny instants that, together, make you "us"

It is the twilight after a tropical sunset

and the smell of smoky autumn leaves and the cottage at summer's end.

It is losing sense of time as hours and days drift away
in bliss with your true love.

It is a reassuring glance, your evolution, your dreams; An intimate space known only to you and your love.  

savour every moment

On your wedding day, I will be the friend that shares in your afterglow -- not just a camera operator. I am the sole painter of the feelings and in-between moments that happen on your day. I even capture moments that you might not get to see with your own eyes. You are trusting me to still bring tears to your eyes in twenty or thirty years, when you look back at these pictures with your children and grandchildren.

This is why I am very particular. I shoot and edit every wedding myself because your story is not like the rest; it is personal and unique. Just as the weather and the light and the people are not the same on each wedding day, no two weddings are processed the same. You are not a trend. Your love is a timeless, precious heirloom.

This is Afterglow. 

Contemplating the universe
at the cottage with Chloe.

Nothing made her happier;
nothing made me happier.

At the time,
we did not know this would be
her last visit to the cottage.

This is why photography matters.

The average wedding hosts 175 guests.

Bridesmaids used to dress like the bride to distract evil spirits.

Veils were once thought to protect the bride from evil spirits

White gowns became popular only starting in the mid 1800s

50% of all wedding couples do a first look

One in four brides books a photographer first

Over 40% of couples plan their wedding together.


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