Many people have a “fire list”, which is a list of what to grab first in the result of a fire in your home (besides family of course!).
The first thing on my “fire list” has always been a suitcase of old black and white photographs of my father’s from the 20’s through the 50’s. Even as a small boy, I was aware of the preciousness of these moments in time...they are my window into a world, era and life that existed long before mine.
Not only is this a significant reason why I became a photographer, but it’s also what we strive for in photography…to create images that generations will treasure for a lifetime and use as a window into moments in their own lives, their parent’s lives and some day, maybe even their grandparents lives.
We’ve worked hard to document the special moments in our own family’s life through photography and can’t think of a greater honor than to be a contributor in documenting special moments in someone else’s life!
Our goal with your wedding is not to just surpass your expectations with the images you’d hoped for, but to also surprise you with images you didn’t even realize were being taken.
We are a husband and wife team (married over 25 years!) and are passionate about each other, our family, traveling and photography.
As professionals, we understand the importance of your headshot and corporate images being polished and on-brand. As a married couple, we’re conscious of what images were missing from our own wedding and work really hard to make sure our clients have every image they desire. As parents, we can understand the desire to document this incredibly wonderful and far too quickly fleeting time in your life. And as passionate travelers, we’re always searching with our eyes wide open for that perfect image that encompasses a place and moment in time.
The most precious moments in our lives have been our wedding day and the births of our children (and just about every moment since!), and as a result, we completely appreciate the importance of documenting these times in our client’s lives.
Desmond and Roxy
Photo by our son, Evan.