I grew up in this studio. I was changing film and setting up backgrounds for my dad all through childhood, and I took over nearly 20 years ago. I’ve learned in all those years that wedding photos are worthwhile because they’re filled with the most important people in the world, on a day of dancing and hugging and eating and drinking and laughing. It’s about a couple and their people on a historic, emotional day. And astonishingly, people seem willing to tolerate a photographer in the room. It’s an incredibly rare moment to make art that is entirely special to your family.