Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.
– Imogen Cunningham
Hi, I’m Nari …
I’ve been passionate about taking photographs for as long as I can remember, and I don’t think the pleasure of creating images that capture a couples’ joy on their wedding day will ever get old to me.
I count myself very lucky to be able to make my passion my career. There’s nothing more satisfying to me than providing a collection of photographs that can make someone laugh, cry and simply provide memories of loved ones and precious moments for years to come.
My approach to shooting weddings is very simple, I like to focus on unaffected and natural wedding photography – photographing real moments and real emotions as they happen.
My goal is to make my couples fall in love with their photographs and to relive the emotions of the day through their images as if they were back there, experiencing it all over again.
Your wedding is one of the most amazing days of your lives; not a ‘photoshoot’. I will use flash when it’s really needed but generally I work with natures beautiful light – the “photographers dream” soft window light, natures huge softbox on a cloudy day, amazing sunlight for more dramatic effect and of course shade under trees, arches or against walls.
One of the main reasons I wanted to take up wedding photography as a career was because I love to photograph people. We are freezing amazing moments in peoples lives – happiness, laughter, little looks, tenderness, big smiles and tears of joy. The uniqueness and individuality of photography people both challenges and excites me in equal measure, and there’s nothing quite like a wedding for offering up so many rich and varied human emotions and interactions.
I’ll be spending the majority of my time with the two most important people at a wedding, the bride and groom of course, watching and capturing the little moments that make up their day, but I’ll also be constantly observing and capturing the other special, candid moments that are happening around them of your family and friends. This to me is almost as important and mixing with all the people at a wedding is so much fun.