Konichiwa, I'm TG Anderson
You're probably wondering what the "G” represents in my name.
No? Well I'll tell you anyway.
It's not Georgia, or Gayle or Gene. It’s Gaysha, as in Geisha, the Japanese noun meaning: “art person". While watching a documentary about Japanese Geisha, my sister fell in love with the name and decided that my middle name would be GAYSHA. I love weddings. It's my art and as I’ve explained above, I am an art person. I relish the excitement of a bride while she watches her beautiful day unfold in splendor.
Next to your maid of honor, I'm probably going to be the most excited and maddeningly happy/giddy person at your wedding. I believe that photography is one of the most important things to consider when planning your wedding and I love that responsibility. My style is natural and unobtrusive, capturing beautiful moments and all the details which tell the story of the day. I am a calming presence on the day and sometimes act as a bit of a bodyguard, protecting my couples against stress on the day.
Now unto the conception of ‘UBara’; ubara is pronounced “ooh” NOT “you” or “yu” or “ewe” but “OU”, click here, you can sing along!My grandmother was the most important person and most influential person in my life until her passing. She nicknamed me "Rosie" and it's what my immediate family calls me to this day. Even my parrot, but he's passed away now too.
"UBara" is an archaic Japanese word that means "rose". I like archaic words/phrases. I'm probably the only person you'll meet that uses phrases like "aye" or "nay" in their everyday vernacular.
UBara Photography is a blend of all things I love: Nature, Weddings, and Japanese Culture; all balanced 'in memoriam' of my grandmother, Hilda Phillips.