Rhode Island Wedding Photography by Jamie Corbman
As a wedding photographer, my primary goals are to create photographs that are bright, clear, and beautiful. Your wedding pictures should bring out the emotions and relationships between your friends and family that make your day magical. I approach every wedding with enthusiasm, energy and passion. Every wedding I photograph is unique, so I continuously challenge myself artisically to bring out every couple's individual style.
I also work hard to ensure that your wedding day is stress-free and worry free. I'm at your side when you need me, and I'm out of your way when you don't. My favorite compliment is when a bride says to me, "I love this picture, and I didn't even notice you took it!"
I use the latest equipment, software, and editing techniques. All packages include full-rights, fine art prints, images on DVD, and password protected gallery storage.
My introduction to photography came when I was five years old, and my parents bought me a plastic Fischer-Price 110 camera. I dragged iteverywhere. I moved on from taking pictures of the family dog to photojournalism for the school newspaper. In high school, I learned classical darkroom technique. I have earned a Bachelor's of the Arts from the George Washington University, a Master's of the Arts from the University of East Anglia in the UK, and I further studied photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. Through these three programs, I learned color theory and compostional theory, which I apply to my skills as a photographer. I have photographed for a number of studios, and I founded Jamie Corbman Photography in 2009. My current approach to wedding photography builds upon my background in fashion photography and photojournalism.
I currently serve southern New England, including Bristol, Providence, Middletown, Newport, Narragansett, Cape Cod, and the surrounding areas in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or check availability for your wedding.