My photography style is a mix of photojournalism and candid, meaning much of my work aims to be effortless. This involves embracing the environment we are in and creating a story with images that help the viewer feel they are there in the session with us.
Standard delivery is 5-7 weeks for weddings, and 2-3 weeks for other session types. I know the anticipation is sometimes overwhelming, so I try and send sneak peeks along the way.
Getting married out of town? Reach out and start a conversation about your wedding. I welcome any opportunity I get to photograph out of the area.
To secure booking, I require a signed contract and a non-refundable deposit that is 50% of the collection total. I book on a first-come first-served basis.
A typical wedding is 600-800 images. There are many factors that influence that, particularly if you are planning an atypical wedding.
Yes! In fact, most of my wedding collections come with a complimentary engagement session. It’s important that my couples get to know how I work, and in turn, I get to see how the couple works in front of the camera. Many couples are anxious about their photography, regardless of photographer. I aim to have each couple leaving their engagement session feeling happy and excited to see the images.
I’ve photographed many challenging weddings. I arrive at a wedding ready to deal with whatever lighting conditions we may encounter. Please check with your venues for any photography restrictions. During the reception, I have many different techniques to create beautiful images in even the dimmest of reception halls. This is a mix of flash and strobes on stands at strategic locations. If you are concerned about the lighting at your venues, let’s talk. I’d be happy to help you make time-of-day decisions, as well as working with the venue to ensure we have enough light. Small alterations and considerations like this will limit the risk of bad lighting.
I provide a representative selection of wedding images. An average wedding day is 600-800 images. In whole, the collection will contain all the big and small moments, but instead of providing 80 different photos of the same scene, I curate down and put my best 15 forward.
I have been a professional wedding photographer now for 6 years. Prior to that, I photographed mostly for enjoyment. I hold a minor in Studio Art Photography, and spent my formative years in the darkroom.
I respect the power photographs have in our lives. As a creative, I enjoy the high-pressure stakes of wedding days, and naturally enjoy creating images that become some of the most important images in my clients’ lives.