It’s not just about the perfect centerpieces or the perfect dress. It’s about sharing your love with your family and friends
Let’s celebrate the new chapter you and your future spouse are about to begin.
I’m Mariko (that’s Mah-Ree-Co). Your friendly neighborhood wedding photographer and self-professed sci-fi geek. What’s my superpower? Getting couples to feel natural in front of a camera. I totally get it. It’s awkward being in front of a camera. But I happen to have perfected getting couples to feel natural so I can get those genuine moments that mean so much to you and truly capture who you are as a couple.
Wait, what?!? Sure it’s about the love you share and the commitment you’re making to each other. But it’s also about sharing this milestone, a really big one, with the ones you love. It’s about:
These moments are precious and I want to capture them for you. That’s why I love what I do. I get to be a part of the celebration of the love you have together as well the love of the people in your life that mean the world to you. I give couples something that they will treasure for years because of what it means to them.
let’s get started
There are so many choices for a wedding photographer and you want to choose one that will give you not only beautiful photos, but tell your unique love story.
So if you’re overwhelmed by the sea of choices and options, I have a life preserver and a glass of wine waiting for you with your name on it ready to pull you in.
How does it all happen?
Schedule a quick friendly phone or video call with me, where we’ll talk about the moments you want to capture, the people who are important to you, and how you want your wedding photos to show all of it on your wedding day.
Once we get your wedding date booked, I’ll send you tips to feel totally comfortable and relaxed on your wedding day, so that your pictures can show your true selves with no cheesy awkwardness.
Say “I do” with your best friend, celebrate with all your favorite people, and feel totally confident that I’m capturing it all along the way. Your photos will focus on the moments, not the poses, as they happen.