Bee Two Sweet is based out of the Washington, DC area, but happy to travel everywhere for love. We are storytellers who live for capturing beautiful and unexpected moments unique to you. Some people call this "photojournalism" or "documentary photography" -- we call it a natural approach that lets you be you in that "Two Sweet" space, without a lot of stiff posing or pretense. We want you to look back at your photos and remember what it felt like on your wedding day -- every emotion and all of the love surrounding you when you began your new life together.
Our style is rooted in creative wedding photojournalism, influenced by art and lighting design to tell compelling stories through imagery. We are committed to keeping it real because we want to document each wedding celebration as it really unfolded and to visually show how it felt to be there. We don’t stage moments or alter our surroundings, everything is real and shot with a keen eye for composition that reveals the essence of the atmosphere or portrays a mood, whether romantic, fun, quirky, or emotional.
We don't have a studio, but are happy to Zoom/Skype/Facetime/WhatsApp/Etc - we'd love to get to know you!
At Bee Two Sweet, we always strive to learn more about our craft, while checking our egos at the door from the moment we begin working with a couple. Because we put the experience of our couples above all else, we work closely with them from the start to help them develop their timeline, while thinking through how their day will unfold. We find this instills a greater level of confidence and trust, which comes through in our images.
We also emphasize that weddings are about more than the bride and groom alone: they are a celebration of family, however the couple defines “family.” By working closely with our couples, we better assure that we can devote adequate time and attention to family. Our level of familiarity with kith and kin enriches the experience for all.
Our commitment to such a high level of service contributes to a stronger level of trust. This trust grants us access to capture the emotion in special moments. Being granted access into anyone's private space where emotions are unguarded is a real gift -- and we don't take it for granted.