When I'm asked to describe my photography style, I tend to use the terms "wedding photojournalist, or creative documentary wedding photographer. In short, I'm interested first and foremost in capturing moments well- whether they be small, like a bride wiping makeup off of her groom's face, or more epic, like a couple karate chopping their cake (still my beating heart!), I'm doing everything in my power to create rad photos of the photos that make your wedding unique. That's why I love the Wedding Photojournalist Association, or WPJA, for short- they support wedding photographers around the world with similar goals. Every year they host a friendly competition, judged by renowned photojournalists, and I'm thrilled to share that I placed in the top 50 worldwide for their 2019 competition. What an honor! The depth of the talent in the competition pool is immense, and I'm thrilled to be a part of such a high-quality group of photographers.
Here's the photos that were awarded this year. Photos with a yellow medallion were selected by four out of four judges, photos with a blue medallion were selected by three out of four judges, purple by two out of four, and green by one. Enjoy!
And, if you want to see more photos from these weddings, come check out the following blog posts!
- Emma and Kristof's Camden Maine wedding
- Alex and Isaiah's Bar Harbor Club wedding
- Jess and Alan's Lamoine Maine wedding
- Elise and Jason's Western Maine wedding
- Tracy and Kurt's 16 Bay View Maine wedding
- Ben and Sara's Acadia National Park elopement
- Adrienne and Rory's Blue Hill Maine wedding
- Kate and AJ's French's Point wedding
- Molly and Kevin's Brick South wedding
- Jaice and Greg's Western Maine wedding
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