Danny started his wedding photography career as one of my favorite second shooters. I admired his willingness to work hard and come away with creative shots and quickly added him to the wedding studio. He now photographs full day weddings all year round. His style is similar to mine in that we’re both fly-on-the-wall, documentary-style wedding photographers. If you’re not a big fan of posing and just want to enjoy the party without feeling like the paparazzi is following you, Danny is your guy. He has the unique ability to come away with amazing shots without you realizing he was even there. In addition to being an awesome wedding photographer, Danny also does a lot of studio portraitures and fine art photography.
Here’s an email we recently received from a bride:
On behalf of my new husband and I, I just had to write you to express our happiness with Danny.
From the day I met him, I knew he was the right choice but on the big day he exceeded my expectations. Danny showed up right on time and started snapping away immediately. I gave him no direction other than that I wanted my photos to be as organic as possible, NO silly poses. If it weren’t for the sound of the camera, I wouldn’t have even realized Danny was in the room.
When it came time to head to the ceremony he went with the flow, played with my niece, talked to my friend and sister and put me at ease. At our very private ceremony, the marriage officiant complimented Danny’s ability in being barely noticeable, she said most photographers are in the brides face throughout the whole thing.
The “portrait walk” was fun. Walking through city hall park with an unexpected bonus of going up the steps of city hall. The reception was amazing and I really hope Danny got to enjoy himself a little.
I couldn’t have been a happier bride!