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About Jamie

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About You

You want your wedding photography to be as unique and magical as ​you are.  You want to remember all of your guests, your dress and suit, the laughter, your flowers, fun crazy action on the dancefloor, and quiet moments of love.  And, you also want to make sure that you get to enjoy your wedding.  You want the schedule to flow smoothly.  You want to make sure that all of your vendors do their jobs effectively and efficiently so your guests have everything they need to have a great time.  You want to get your photos back quickly, and you want straightforward pricing and commitment to services.  

About Me

I am a Providence, RI based photographer, and I have been photographing weddings since 2009.  I learned classical Black and White photography technique in high school in Pennsylvania.  I earned my BA at the George Washington University in Washington DC, and my MA at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England.  

Prior to photographing weddings, I had experience in photojournalism, corporate portraits, sports, and fashion photography.  I learned to capture fast action, catch instantaneous moments, work with difficult lighting, and make everyone looked beautiful.  I draw upon all of these skills to develop my documentary photography style.  

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About Us

Couples ask me to photograph their weddings because they want pictures that tell the story of their wedding day.  They want pictures that are clear, sharp, bright, beautiful, and full of light.  They want fun, candid moments, and they want to make sure that they get all of the big group shots they need.  


AND they ask me to photograph their weddings because they want a calm, organized professional who can plan out the photography of their wedding day and keep everything moving to make sure that they can enjoy every moment of the big day.  

If this sounds like you, please get in touch.  

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