Meet David S.
Hometown:  Monroe, NJ
Senior Wedding Photographer
Shooting Weddings Since 2006
Photos published in: Avon Fashion, R.R. Donnelly (Fashion and Still life), United Retail Fashion, Polo RL Fashion, Delia’s Fashion, Lord & Taylor Fashion Fortunoff Stills, Techno Brands Stills, Leather Connection Fashion, Sears Fashion, Sony Music, Universal Music, Sunset Publishing Fashion, Dana W Fashion’s, Ford Models, Next Models, Boss Models, and Wilhelmina Models, Here Comes The Guide
Why I Love Weddings:
What I love about every wedding that I am invited to photograph is the emotion that I feel and what touches me throughout the day. Seeing the way the groom looks at his bride and the way the bride looks at her groom. The genuine smiles that they give to each other, the Passion in their Kisses, that feeling runs right through me. Then there is the from the heart speech, this is the time! usually shed a tear. With all these amazing emotions running through the universe, I am invited to capture a lifetime of memories.
A Little Bit About Myself:
I live in Central NJ with my 2 Amazing Children living in a neighboring city. Once United now Divided. For as long as I can remember photography has been a passion of mine. I have lived and traveled all over the world while working in the fashion industry. I have turned to wedding photography because I want my photos to have a longer lasting memory! Through my own personal inner pain beauty comes out of my lens and I offer it to my clients. A quote from a recent groom, “That, is a forever picture, it's going up on my wall” I said, that's why I do this.
My Photography Style:
I come from the fashion industry so the library of images in my head is just that. Every shoot is a new challenge. I never know what I'm walking in to, but what I do know is that once I start, my passion takes over. It's like when Clapton or Cornell walks up on stage and plugs in. The sound of the guitar or the beautiful voice starts to emerge. Sooner or later the amps get turned up. The universe begins to take over and I'm just tuned into what's in front of me. I'm responding on pure emotion. The limits are endless until someone unplugs me. Then I'm on to the next shot and the emotion begins again.
David S. 's Portfolio