The reason I do this

March 18, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

I'm driven by a simple mission: to provide top-notch portrait and wedding photography services for budget-conscious couples and families.

Above all, my work is dedicated to honoring our Heavenly Father. It's important to us that every interaction reflects the light of Jesus. It's through His grace that I can share my talents with our community.

When my wife and I were planning our own wedding, we encountered the daunting reality of sky-high photography prices. With both of us juggling full-time jobs and studies, along with caring for her niece and nephew, our budget was tight. Despite our busy lives, we couldn't justify spending over $3000 on a photographer.

At the time, I was freelancing as a wedding photographer and working for a local school photographer. We ultimately asked a friend to shoot our wedding, confident in his abilities and eager to support him. Though he graciously offered to do it for free, we insisted on compensating him for his time.

However, when we received the photos, they fell short of our expectations. Despite my best efforts to edit them, my wife wasn't satisfied. I couldn't pinpoint exactly what went wrong—whether it was the lighting, the pressure, or other factors.

That experience ignited a determination within me to serve couples like us: those who desire quality photography without breaking the bank. I've made it my mission to price my services slightly below the market average, ensuring that everyone can afford beautiful, elegant photos for their special day. I understand that not everyone can shell out thousands for wedding photography, yet they still deserve stunning images to cherish for a lifetime.

I refuse to see my clients burdened with debt or financial strain just to capture their precious moments. That's why I'm committed to delivering professional, elegant photography at an affordable rate.

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Photo by: Janie Loftin Photography

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