LGBTQ Weddings

Celebrating Your Love

LGBTQ+ wedding photography is something I’m passionate about. This year, my wife Jessica and I celebrated our ninth wedding anniversary and our 23rd anniversary as a couple (you can see our 20th anniversary and our 16th anniversary blog posts if you are interested and not totally grossed out by super sappy stuff).

Over the past fourteen years, I’ve had the chance to photograph many LGBTQ couples for family portraitsengagement sessions, and, of course, weddings. But I’ve photographed a lot of straight couples as well, so why is this page labeled LGBTQ+ Wedding Photographer instead of just Wedding Photographer? Good question.

The short version is that I label all the images and weddings on my blog so that non-traditional couples who need a wedding photographer can find me quickly and easily. (If you’re interested in the long version, check out this article I wrote for Rangefinder magazine about being a queer wedding photographer and the importance of using labels on the internet.)

In these polarized—let’s be honest, pretty much apocalyptic—times, there seem to be way too many people with loud, ignorant opinions about LGBTQ+ rights. People like your conservative uncle who always says something transphobic at holiday gatherings, or the bland blonde clones constantly jabbering about woke M&Ms on Faux Gnus. It can make shopping for a wedding photographer—or florist, or baker—complicated, frustrating, and stressful. Really stressful. Which is why I’m making a special effort by creating this page to let other LGBTQ+ folks know I’m here.

And by “here,” I mean not only Atlanta but also wherever you are, especially if it’s a place where not all couples might feel the most welcome, like Florida, Texas, or Tennessee. Where there may not be any gay-friendly wedding photographers to choose from. That’s part of the reason that—if you’re anywhere in the U.S.—I’ll travel to you.

Because the last thing you should have to worry about on your wedding day is whether the photographer you hired will accept you or not. You deserve someone who has years of experience photographing LGBTQ+ weddings and won’t just plug you and your partner into a tired old list of awkward, sexist, gender-normative, “who’s-the-girl” wedding poses. 

You deserve someone who will celebrate you.

Now more than ever, we need to remember that love is love… and I feel incredibly lucky to have a life where I get to share in so many celebrations of love that are all so different and yet all so beautiful.

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"The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire." — Ferdinand Foch

Thank you for being here!

Thank you for considering me to tell your beautiful story, for being here today, for making room for beauty in your life. I'd love to hear from you and learn more about you.


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