Why I got into photography:
Very early in my life my grandfather passed away, but before he passed he told me something that will stick with me until the day I die. He looked me in the eye and said "Drew, always remember that if you do what you love you will never have to work a day in your life" and to this day, I have yet to work. I am a very passionate and meticulous person when it comes to photography. As a photographer you never stop learning, in that I am always trying new things and perfecting techniques.
I am a very outgoing, high energy, never stop going kind of person. My theory is that there's always something going on somewhere, and I want to capture that in a way that no one else has. Although I am a very fun and energetic type of person, I am extremely professional at weddings. The way I look at it, every wedding that I cover is an interview for many weddings to come. I always say that the photographer can make or break a wedding day, not saying that they are the spotlight of the day, but if everyone has to wait around for the photographer to finish up because they aren't hustling, and/or aren't prepared for each shot, people will remember that and remember the name for the wrong reasons and not want to suggest them for other jobs. But at the same time, if the photographer is always huslting and making sure that they are never making the wedding party wait around, and also improvising when necessary and fixing any problems that come up, people will remember that and will want to suggest them for other jobs, and maybe hire them for themselves.