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We are writing a story.

With scenes and characters we collect at weddings, we write about our understanding of people and their often unspoken relationships; of the inherent drama in rituals and how they meaningfully shine light on people under pressure; and finally, we write about ourselves and how our work reminds us of the things we care deeply about.


We see our couples as collaborators in making unique work that is both expressive and specific. Because of their generosity, we are able to understand that the story of a wedding does not begin on the wedding day. They invite us to their homes and introduce us to their friends and family—they begin to tell us a story that had begun long ago. Their willingness to share that story and their openness to find unique expressions of that story are ultimately what drive our work. That is the best chance for each story to be one of a kind.