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    Welcome to my photography world. Here, I get a chance to share a few of some of my projects. My hope is to eventually become a visual therapy and appeal to all my fans' artistic cravings. I look forward to a mutual interaction with you all and it is my hope that this platform would serve as a place where you can also relax and enjoy the beauty that photography brings to the soul. My best regards and I hope you enjoy the experience.



Emilie’s Bridesmaids

Special thanks to DreVizion for helping out during this wedding. As always, choosing a back-up or second photographer for any of my wedding assignments is a very critical component in assuring that your day is covered as complete as possible. They are not only taking additional pictures of the day but rather are an assert towards complimenting the coverage of the day without just duplicating images. With time being a limiting factor in almost every wedding, I maximise the use of the limited time by being in sync with my partner. Soon as the ceremony was over at Emilie and Tambe wedding, the Bride asked if she could take some personal shots with a few guests as they exited the Chapel. Not a very smart thing to do when am counting seconds because it always drags on as everyone would be curious to jump in. My advise to all my future Brides is keep this for the reception. Those shots with your guests are best taken when you are meeting and greeting everyone as your reception winds down. An again, the shots make more sense at that time and I will tell you why! When you are greeting your guest, thats when they always express their personal wishes for your marriage which in turn ignites some genuine candid reactions from you and them as well. As I freeze those moments, thats in my opinion what adds the meaning to your pictures – “That Moment”. For this Bride (Emilie), well lets just say I never say “NO” to any of my Brides. With the clouds already going dark, rain was imminent which would mean no official portraits of the Bridal train. With virtually no communication, my partner took over the Groomsmen and Bridesmaids while I stayed with the couple. In effect we got our shots in under 35minutes just in time before the drizzling began.

With such an amzing group of ladies in this Bridal train, why would anyone not want to photograph them! While I had them at the hotel while Dre took over the guys, I guess it was his turn to make them even more stunning at their “Official Portraits”


Wedding Coordinator: Bola Makinde of Labor of Love Events

Hair: Evelyn of Maneve Salon

Bridesmaids Makeup: link to be updated SOON

Yes thats me sneaking a shot while the Maid of Honor was being dressed…

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