"A wedding is made up of moments. All beautiful in their spontaneity, imperfections, and serendipity.
They are the thread of your day and will be your memories. My passion is to capture those moments." - Jennifer Zdon
I have been photographing New Orleans for the last two decades. I specialize as a family photographer, wedding photographer, newborn photographer and event photographer. I like to describe my work as whimsical, fun, candid, real and sometimes a little quirky. In New Orleans I am here for you and I'm so glad you reached out to Twirl Photography.
NEW ORLEANS WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Twirl Photography specializes in candid, documentary photography that helps you relive your first-look, ceremony, reception and secondline for years to come. As New Orleans photographers will all agree, celebrating your big day walking around the French Quarter, saying "I do" in a courtyard, taking a ferry over the Mississippi River for a portrait session or dancing down Bourbon St. is as unique a wedding you can have, and I want to help you capture it.
I hope you have a moment as you plan your New Orleans wedding to notice some of my favorite venues I've photographed over the years. From the elegance of the Ritz New Orleans, to the luscious courtyard of the Pharmacy Museum, the evening twinkle at the Bestif Sculpture Garden, French Quarter charm of Latrobe's on Royal, the seduction of Race and Religious and the romance of the Audubon Tea Room. Finding the right wedding venue is a challenge, and New Orleans knows how to hold a party like no one else.
It's such a pleasure to be able to tell your love story. Wedding photography is the best photo story I could hope to photograph, the moments, humor, excitement, nervousness and generations of loved ones all in one place. I take great care of my couples, you don't have to worry about posing, lighting and help you find natural and real portraits that celebrate your nuptials.
I also recommend an engagement session in New Orleans. You and your fiancé strolling around the French Quarter, kissing in the LowerGarden District or sharing a beignet at Cafe du Monde. It's a great way to get comfortable in front of your wedding photographer before you tie the knot.
My family likes to tell me that I'm the best wedding photographer in New Orleans. Of course they might be biased. I hope you consider me to photograph the day you become husband and wife.