So you've found a photographer and decided he's the one to shoot your wedding
Now you just have to find a person to marry. And after searching and searching, you finally meet your man or gaze upon your gal, and you decide: "This is who I want standing beside me in that photographer's awesome photos of my future wedding. And also every day after that."
Meet That Photographer
Chris Graham is sometimes asked what he likes to photograph the most, and his answer has always been people. He also sometimes writes about himself in the third person, but then I switch it up when you least expect it. In my free time, you can easily find me at Boston Common shooting photos of passersby. And you might think, "That man's head is on fire!" But it's just my hair. If it were on fire, the three-year-old on my shoulder would be having a lousy time.
My passion has been making portraits of real people in real moments, and that's why I fell in love with wedding photography. Weddings are one of the happiest of days for all involved. It's a special honor for me to be tasked with immortalizing those moments for couples through photography. It means that their day doesn't have to end at midnight, but can be relived, for decades and decades, every time they sit down to look at the photos I've captured for them. Each one is a sentiment, an emotion, a memory of the joy and beauty of the day when two became one.
If that resonates with you, I'd be thrilled and honored to be there at the start of your journey together, to give you the time capsule that is your wedding photos.