Hello and thank you so much for inquiring about my wedding photography services! While my goal was to make this brochure as comprehensive as possible, meeting in person is still the best choice to discuss any further questions and to see if our personalities match on a professional-to-client level. Also, it's a great excuse to grab a coffee and discuss this very important chapter in your life!
My Photographic Style
As noted on the information page, my style encompasses traditional wedding coverage with a combination of photojournalism. While I believe that posed family portraits are important for history reference (and we will capture those), I prefer to integrate myself into your day and capture the moments as they unfold naturally. Will I place you in beautiful light to make a gorgeous bridal portrait? Yes, most definitely! I will use a mixture of natural light and flash to capture your story while authentically documenting the story of your day.
$2,500 $2,000 $1,500
Full Day Coverage 8 Hour Coverage 6 Hour Coverage
1 Photographer 1 Photographer 1 Photographer
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High Res Digital Files High Res Digital Files High Res Digital Files
*Discounts may be given for mid-week and non-Saturday events depending on the time of year, my schedule and availability. A mileage fee may be applicable depending on location.
A booking fee of $500 is due to reserve your date. This is non-refundable and non-transferable. 50% of the balance will be due 90 days before your wedding date, with the final balance due 14 days prior to the scheduled date.
Other Frequently Asked Questions
Do you travel for weddings? Absolutely! If airfare, hotel and a rental car are needed, this is invoiced to you separately for direct reimbursement.
Do you edit all of your photographs yourself? Yes, I do! Editing each image personally allows me the confidence that I will deliver to you the same caliber and consistency of photo as shown on my website and in person to you.
How many pictures will we receive? This answer depends on many factors - length of coverage, number of attendees, type of event, etc. A typical 8 hour day generally yields approximately 500 photos.