I've heard it said by a famous wedding photographer and photojournalist that weddings are the most difficult form of photojournalism, and it's true. When photographing a wedding, I try to capture every moment while remaining as unnoticed as a fly on the wall. I want to not only capture formal portraits of the wedding party, but I also don't want to miss the mother-in-law welcoming her new daughter to the family, the ring bearer chasing the flower girl, the look on the groom's face as he watches his bride walk down the isle and into his future. It's these moments that we look back on and cherish.

As a multimedia journalist, I enjoy combining photography, audio, and video into multimedia projects that you can share with your friends and family. These projects take the still photographs and make them come alive with the actual moments on video. For example, at one moment, you'll see a still photo of the groom holding the ring before he places it on his bride's finger, and then the moment will come alive when the video fades in and you see the moment as it happened.

I put my heart and soul into these projects. I think of the kind of quality that I want my own wedding photography to have, and I aim for that when I'm working for you. Because I am still building my portfolio, I want nothing less than the best included in it.

  • CPL Tyler Hyde marries Brian & Laurie Willhide in sunny Key West, Fl
  • The baker prepares the wedding cake
  • The couple shares their fist dance together as man and wife
  • The bride and groom leave the alter married
  • The rose pettles covering the stairs before the bride walks down the aisle
  • Engaged couple Paul and Lisa Mayo
  • The engaged couple playing around at a park in downtown Ybor City
  • Lisa and Paul walk hand-in-hand along the railroad tracks
  • Lisa shows off her ring as she kisses her future groom
  • An engagement ring passed down from many generations
  • The bride as she walks down the stairs to her groom
  • Bride and groom Pam and Larry Casson share a smile as they take their vows
  • The Pastor says a prayer for the new married couple
  • The bridesmaids, the grooms sister and two daughters, in prayer for the new couple
  • An untraditional wedding cake homemade of New York Style cheesecake
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