Megan and Corey’s wedding ceremony and reception was at the beautiful Colony Club in downtown Detroit.You want wedding photos that feel natural and vibrant, relaxed and genuine. You want to see arresting details, authentic portraits, and intimate candids that illuminate your day’s most emotional moments. No single photographer can be in two places at once, or capture the same shot from several angles. Our two-person team will give you more coverage, letting you relive your wedding from multiple vantage points. We each have a distinct artistic style, but our unique approaches blend perfectly to tell the story of your day in the most complete way possible. Of course, many photographers offer a second shooter … but it’s not always the same second shooter. Which means photographer and assistant aren’t always in synch.
We shoot every single wedding together, and can read each other’s body language from across a crowded room. We’ve got co-shooting down to a science, and collectively anticipate each couple’s needs and desires. With us, you know exactly who will be showing up to document your wedding day, and you know we’ll work seamlessly together.
We excel at chronicling traditional weddings in contemporary ways, but also adore unusual, unique, and culturally diverse weddings. Having shot more than 50 South Asian weddings, we’re well-versed in a variety of South Asian wedding traditions. We firmly believe that love is love, and encourage same-sex and gender-fluid couples to give us a call. We’re equally comfortable in churches, mosques, synagogues, courthouses, backyards, and homes.
On top of being published in over 10 magazine’s, we’ve been featured on: CBS Detroit, Peerspace Engagement, Peerspace Wedding, Cake and Lace, Tacari Weddings, BOHO Weddings, and Equally Wed.
For another full Colony Club wedding, check out Cecilia and Alex’s wedding.