Meet Phong

Phong
Hometown:  South Plainfield, NJ
Senior Wedding Photographer
Shooting Weddings Since 2012
Accomplishments:
BE in Computer Engineering
Minor in Art and Technology

Why I Love Weddings:

Weddings encompass an energy that is unlike any other. The couple's love and joy on their special day is contagious as they commemorate the start of their lives together. I enjoy being able to capture that energy and show it in its purest and most genuine form.

When I am photographing a wedding, I capture the moments as if I were watching a movie. My personality and chemistry with a couple during their wedding is what directs me to create my art!

 I am able to capture photos that the couples want, as well as the pictures they did not know they would want. I set high standards for myself when taking photos. I strive to capture photos that I would print for myself if it were my wedding day. Each couple deserves nothing less than that!

A Little Bit About Myself:

I went to Stevens University and graduated with a Bachelors of Engineering in Computer Engineering. Although I have such a strong background in computer and technology, I have always had a passion for the arts.

My hobbies include: playing guitar, painting, photography, hiking, and fitness. While I do all of those activities in my spare time, I have focused most of my time and energy into photography.

My Photography Style:

My style is very artistic. My favorite photos are the candid's because you can not only see the excitement, but also feel the excitement as a couple sees each other for the first time. Everything from the first look, to walking down the aisle, to the first kiss and first dance, I capture all of the special moments and everything in between.

When it comes to portraits, I make them as creative as possible. I want the couple to have photos that they will cherish for years to come. Weddings are a beautiful celebration of love and couples deserve to have memories that they can hold onto for the rest of their lives together.

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