OUR STORY

What’s the benefit of having two photographers?

Two perspectives– With a coordinated photography team, one photographer can be with the ladies as they get ready before the wedding and one can work with the gentlemen. One photographer can record the moments between a bride and her father before they enter the church, while the other captures the look of anticipation on the groom’s face as he awaits his bride. The possibilities are endless!

Two unique styles- Photographers each have their own styles and see things in different ways.  While one photographer can focus on creating fun photos of the highlights of the wedding, the other can focus on the quieter candid moments, like a mother watching her daughter dance with her dad. By mixing both our candid & photojournalistic, fun & romantic styles we can capture all the moments of your wedding day with efficiency, variety and fun!

 

Dave Gilbert & Katie Hart

MEET THE PHOTOGRAPHERS

Katie Hart

Katie Hart

I consider myself a very blessed person because I go to work every day and do what I love.  I graduated from USC in 2003 with a concentration in photography and I’ve been photographing weddings ever since!

On my free time, I’m a mom to two beautiful and hilarious children and my hobbies include camping, reading, and of course, taking pictures!

Dave Gilbert

I have been an Outdoor & Sports Photographer for over 25 years, but I’m also most well known as a DJ and Owner of Partytime DJ’s.   Yeah, I know what you’re saying, “What’s this DJ guy doing taking pictures?”   Well, I’m told I’m pretty good at that too.  And I am extremely passionate about both!

Prices are reasonable and product is top notch!  I strives for excellence in Photography, and at the same time, working within the parameters of YOUR personality.

Dave Gilbert
Katie Hart

Robert Coffey

My beginnings in photography started from a genuine fascination in how a camera works.  Now, years later, my passion for photography is not merely focused on the tools, but the people and the elements surrounding them.  The relationships I capture reveals something about the individuals, their environment, and sometimes, even me.
This is what keeps me falling in love with image-making over and over again, the thrill of capturing key moments that are the essence of a human experience.