Ivoryton Studio/My Style


 



Tony Donovan

I love taking pictures of people. The most important thing about my pictures is emotion, then motion. The result is a collection of warm expressive pictures. I photograph weddings with a photojournalist style, shooting a lot of pictures black and white and color. At first I'll be engaging with you to take pictures, then growing distant to record things as they happen, making sure I capture all the great moments. Because I work to record what's happening, I will encourage you to do things. The action taking place at the reception makes great pictures because people smile and are having fun. I like to attend the wedding rehearsal so it gives us extra time to get comfortable before your wedding photography begins. I like to think you'll use my wedding photographs as gifts for your family and friends. My work has been published in The Hartford Courant's Northeast Magazine, The New York Times, Washington Post, Leica Fotografie International, and Fine Woodworking. "Sharpening the Saw" is in the Yale Art Gallery permanent collection.