Speaking: May 22, 2:00 PM
Topic: A Step-By-Step on How To Get the Perfect Wedding Photography You Desire
Bio: Robert Evans, a native Californian photographer has achieved enormous success in his field since his studio's inception in 1994. Robert is most notable for having photographed the weddings of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes as well as Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. With a headquarters in Los Angeles, Robert and his team travel nationally and internationally to document celebrity weddings, and personal celebrations. With a clear vision and unique artistic eye, Robert's work and training have earned him the honor of not only shooting the most intimate day in the lives of hundreds of couples, but several awards and prestigious titles as well. Robert was chosen as the exclusive photography expert for WeddingChannel.com. Robert is also a contributing writer for Inside Weddings Magazine and his photographs have often been featured as editorial content. The Studio City Sun Newspaper boasts Robert as their celebrity column photographer, enlisting him weekly to capture those interviewed and highlighted by the paper. LA Weddings, Ceremony Magazine and Your Wedding Day Magazine uses Robert as a contributing photographer, shooting an array of their editorial content as well. Beyond Robert's regular contributions, his images have been published in magazines and newspapers across the globe for over a decade. His work has graced the covers and content of almost every publication imaginable including USA Today, People Magazine, Us Weekly, Hello Magazine, Ok! Magazine, Life & Style, InTouch, InStyle Weddings, Martha Stuart Weddings, Inside Weddings Magazine, Los Angeles Weddings Modern Bride, and numerous others. His work has also been showcased on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Extra, MTV, CNN, and others. Though the accolades and achievements Robert has been blessed with are immeasurable to him, most importantly, he continues to see the world through his own lens, one that is a constant reminder of the impact of his job. One of his greatest goals when he picks up a camera is to touch the hearts of each of those who view his images. "If I can move someone through even one of my images, then I have made a difference. There is no greater joy in life."