Model is a term I use when I reference clients because, let’s face it, if you’re taking direction for an image I’m shooting, I am treating you like a model. Brides and Grooms act as models, event guests act as models, and senior portraits are still considered models. You don’t have to be a Heidi Klum, Cindy Crawford, or Adriana Lima to be a model. Each of you have a unique look to capture and that is exactly what I intend to do. We all have our insecurities, but if you can trust me to capture you the way you should be viewed, you will see – you’re model.
As you will recall, I was contemplating with giving up wedding photography. Not that I could not do it, there was just too much for one person to cover. Wedding photography is details, details, details. These are one of the few days in a woman’s life that capturing the day in all its glory, will matter years from that day. It is important to document guests, flowers, table settings, venue, and most importantly the blushing bride. I won’t accept to photograph just anyone’s wedding. There is a sit down with both the bride and groom. This isn’t to discriminate, but determine if we get the vision together and the syle they want for their memories.
In the midst of 2016, in my back and forth about being a photographer, I was commissioned to perform one last wedding. This time, it would be between the former Miss Devon Rolle and Mr. Paul Mayton. Now, there is always the one thing that attracts a photographer to take on specific jobs and this one had four of them; Mary Nissel-Rolle, Scott Rolle, Paul Mayton, and Devon Rolle.