What better job is there to work in an environment that is filled with constant joy? Being a wedding photographer in Minneapolis is such an the best job with the best environment a person could ask for. Sure, some days there’s just as much stress as joy, (for the couples as well as myself) however, despite all the stress, it is the happiest day of the couples’ lives, and I have the privilege of capturing every minute of it. My job is to preserve these joyous moments and make them memories that will last forever. That is my art.
Unless you have a jealous ex who crashes the wedding (can you say, “Awkward”), everybody loves a wedding, everyone enjoys themselves, and everyone has fun. Weddings are not funerals, in fact they’re quite the opposite, not that anyone is being born rather than dying, but in the sense that weddings are not a somber time, they’re a time to celebrate, and I get to be smack dab in the middle of it all. I capture moments, feelings, and emotions, so that anyone who was there can look back on my pictures years later, and say, “I remember that, it was so much fun!” I turn moments into memories.
I also understand that people can’t always make it to weddings, for one reason or another, and I see it as my duty to them to capture the day, in order to make the people who must regretfully not attend feel as if they were there, as if they didn’t miss a thing. I’ve had to miss several of my good friends’ weddings and feel terrible for not making it; I understand and know that things come up, that money is sometimes tight, and that one must fulfill other obligations. With that in mind, job is to make them feel welcome, as if they were there and did not miss a thing. I am the eyes for those who cannot see it.
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I love working in such a joyous field, I love getting to know my clients not just as clients, but as friends and capturing my friends’ moments and make them memories. I love seeing the joy on my friends’ faces and want to preserve that in such a way that they will always be able to look back at their wedding pictures and smile.