Your wedding is original, and that's why I'll never approach it in the same way as someone else's. The things that make it special–the mood, your family, the relationship you have with the person you're marrying–can never be replicated. I focus on the little moments most–the ones that make up the spirit of your day. If you're more into the idea of photos that capture feeling and quirks rather than perfection, we might be a good fit.

Your wedding is unique

Your photos can be too. I love getting creative with light and shadow, and using experimental techniques to capture the atmosphere of your day. I have a background in film studies and art history, so those are big influences on the way I create.

It's about more than just the photos.

I'm there to answer your emails. I'm that calm presence when you're stressed. Wedding planning can sometimes make you feel like you should be doing things the "right" way, and I want to help you see that the "right" way is whatever makes you happiest.


"...the reasons we adore her are mostly for how steady, calm, and thoughtful she was from the moment we met to the day of the wedding and all the days since. That has been such a gift."

-Casey + Grant


(Why Parenthesis?)

Definition: a round bracket used to section off a word, clause or sentence inserted as an explanation or afterthought into a passage which is grammatically complete without it.

When I photograph a wedding, I focus on the little afterthoughts and bits that seem insignificant but make up a larger part of the whole. I believe that it's these little things in our lives and relationships that are most meaningful. That's why I always photograph your cake before it's cut into, but also after, when it's a mess of frosting and crumbs. Or your brother's shirt soaked with sweat from dancing so hard. These things bring back that certain feeling from your day, and deserve to be remembered in addition to the big moments.

All work copyright Parenthesis Photography 2019 / Custom illustrations by Kathleen Telesco Design