My style is natural and unobtrusive. Primarily I like to keep things simple and not make a fuss, which I find people really appreciate. I started to photograph weddings around the same time that I began to work with newspapers so I brought that documentary approach to my wedding photography. It makes the bride and groom feel comfortable and people look at their very best when they are relaxed. I do not like to impose myself on the day so apart from the portrait session, which I also keep natural looking, I think people usually do not notice me. A priest recently remarked that he did not even think I was in the church and I never use flash during the ceremony.
I like to keep the bridal and family portraits to half an hour at the most so that everyone does not miss the party. I also ask people to walk towards the camera for the portrait session, it gives people something to do and I find it makes people smile of their own accord. I came up with this ideas on the very first weeding I ever photographed to make the pictures more contemporary and natural.