Choosing a photographer is one of the toughest wedding choices.
So, why are we different?
We tell love stories.
When you look at our site you will see that every wedding is different, because every couple is different.
We walk into a wedding without a preconceived idea of what this wedding should look like. We are photojournalists. We tell the story of the day as it unfolds.
We capture tears and emotion. We capture the one moment of the day when the bride had a minute to stop and hug her grandmother. We capture the moment when the groom sees the bride and the bride sees the groom, the moment that they leave for their honeymoon and all of the moments in between.
Every wedding is different, because every love story is different. We capture beautiful photos in a candid way that allows our clients to relax and enjoy their day. We capture the day as it unfolds using our modern, photojournalistic style. In the end you have the story of your day to hold in your hands forever.
Jason and Meg met 7 years ago on Marco island, fell in love and got married. Jason was a photographer for the Naples Daily News and Meg was an editor. They decided to turn their love of photography, design and storytelling into a full time business and began NarrativeImage 6 years ago. They now tell stories of love and family throughout Florida and other parts of the United States.
Jason has had a camera in his hands since childhood. He sees the world through his camera and couldn’t have chosen any other path in life. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Photojournalism from Western Kentucky University and an Associates Degree in Photography from Nashville State Tech. He worked for several publications during his years as a Photojournalist and continues to freelance for the Naples Daily News.
Meg is a storyteller. She combines her passion for storytelling, photography and design into NarrativeImage. Meg grew up with a mother who was a wedding planner and a florist. She always has hair pins, tape, shine blotters, clear nail polish and a sense of humor in addition to all of her cameras and gear in her bag.
At most weddings Meg can be found not only capturing beautiul moments, but pinning boutonnieres on groomsmen, repairing crushed bouquets, removing sand spurs from bridal trains and putting stray curls back into place.