My style is unobtrusive, natural and fun. My goal is not to “get in the way” but to capture the natural moments as they happen to tell your unique story and create lasting photos of you and your guests that will have meaning years after your big day.
Yes there are moments such as family photos that are organized and structured, but most of your photos are candid. This gives you the chance to enjoy your wedding day and not feel the pressure of being in the middle of a photoshoot. Your images to be spontaneous, genuine and real and you will feel relaxed, while having fun during the shooting process.
What makes a good event photographer? Reliability, experience, and ability to connect with ones client. Terry Rice’s lens has captured politicians, celebrities, numerous couples, families and over 500 weddings since 1999. Terry’s photos have been published in PEOPLE Magazine, HELLO, The Toronto Star, Flare, and FASHION Magazine – among many others. Terry’s professional experience extends beyond the world of lifestyle photography. He has worked for the past six seasons as assistant House Seat Photographer for Toronto Fashion Week (LG Fashion Week and World Master Card Fashion Week) with the great George Pimentel.
Terry’s versatility extends to the world of PR and Marketing/Advertising where he lends his creative flare to brands like Glenfiddich Scotch Whiskies, Febreze (P&G), Nestlé, Scotia Bank and Shoppers Drug Mart. Much of his work can been seen in store and in many print ads.
Terry has also stepped into a variety of roles at large-scale events and awards shows, making use of his background in public relations and event management. In PR, photography, and production capacities, Terry has worked at The Toronto International Film Festival, Juno Awards, The Gemini Awards, and many entertainment assignment for Getty Images and Wireimage.
Terry is currently a Getty Images photographer who’s work can be viewed on the Getty Images web site.