Award Winning Wedding Photos
Competing in competitions without any doubt is something I personally love to do. I find by consistently entering major competitions it pushes my boundaries thus not allow myself to become lazy and in turn I will grow as an artist. In a nut shell, it keeps my creative mindset alive which raises my personal photography bar.
So yes, winning awards is a phenomenal achievement but it also allows my clients to know they are selecting an award winning world class photographer. I love what I do and I’m sincerely honored that I’m able to compete against many of the very best photographers in the world.
Do I aim to win awards from every engagement or wedding shoot I photograph. In short, absolutely! I go all out and I want award winning standard photography from all of my shoots. Making sure to push the boundaries as much as possible is good for me and my clients.
The four main competitions that I currently enter are ISPWP, Fearless Photographer, WPPI, PWPC. Recent I came 13th in the WORLD for 2016 Winter completion with ISPWP. This is HUGE and I’m so very proud about this achievement as the competition is incredibly hard.
A FEW PHOTOS FROM MY
WEDDING + ENGAGEMENT AWARDS:
Awards Winning Wedding Photos:
13th Overall for Winter ISPWP 2016 Winner
20th Place Getting Ready ISPWP 2016
3rd Place All About The Light – Winter 2016
10th Place Movement and Motion – Winter 2016
17th Place All About The Light – Winter 2016
19th Place Framing The Subject – Winter 2016
20th Place Movement and Motion – Winter 2016
Edition 26 Spring 2015
Fearless Award of the day September 2016
12th Place Summer 2016 ‘Bride and Groom Portrait’
2nd Place Winter 2016 ‘Getting Ready’
5th Place Winter 2016 ‘Bride and Groom Portrait’
5th Place Winter 2016 ‘Engagement Portrait’
12th Place Winter 2016 ‘Bride and Groom Portrait’
15th Place Summer The Wedding Dress
5th Place Winter 2013 ‘Bride and Groom Portrait’
8th Place Winter 2013 ‘Bridal Portrait’
3rd Place Fall 2012 ‘Getting Ready’
Thanks for reading and taking the time looking through my work.