Describe your artistic approach to weddings?
Our photos have a cinematic quality reminiscent of films from the 60′s, 70′s and more recent films like The Royal Tenenbaums. Other influences include The Sound of Music, The Graduate, and Dutch painter Jan Vermeer. We tend to use a warm palette of colors, which is a departure from the crisp and modern look that many wedding photographers currently produce.
We also strive for a consistent level of quality throughout the entire wedding set—and we’ll show you more than just a few hand picked photos because we’re professionals who don’t just get ‘lucky’ shots. A good photo shouldn’t tell you it’s good, you should feel that way just by seeing it. The clients that hire us understand that their pictures aren’t going to look like anyone else’s wedding photos. We believe more often than not, the coolest shot isn’t necessarily one that’s setup and meant to be cool. The coolest photos to us are the ones that embody the love, emotion and atmosphere of the wedding day.
What are your non-work-related hobbies?
Food. Chinese food. Although—we eat Chinese food like it's our job. Okay. Non-work-related hobby... other than eating food... traveling. Everywhere. And road trips. Do those count as hobbies? Let's say yes.
What’s your favorite movie?
Empire Records. Because it's Rex Manning day and you can't be sad on Rex Manning Day!