If you like what you see here, I'd love for you to get in touch! You can contact me on any of the details here or fill out the form. I look forward to connecting with you!
Pricing starts at $2,200 for 4 hours
In the years I've been shooting, I think providing low fuss options to help you get the best images from your day allows you focus on the things that matter - your enjoyment of the experiences and moments of your wedding with your partner, your family and friends. I'll guide you through the best options to cover your unique timeline plans from getting ready, the ceremony - to the dance floor at the end of the night.
Starting at $2,200 for 4 hours (which covers my retainer fee) and up to 14 hours of coverage, you'll receive a collection of beautifully edited images provided in both screen (low) and print (high) resolution. A slideshow set to music is provided online as well as access to a gallery (and a beautiful print store) of all your images for up to one year to share and download. For most couples, coverage of 10 or 12 hours works out to cover most timelines, with the option to build on extra coverage if needed.
Get in touch below for more details. There's also some frequently asked questions that might help you with your decision.
You can see a some links below - just click on the image to view the wedding gallery.
I only want you to have the best moments of your day.
Engagement sessions generally round out to about 20-30 images.
I'm a big believer in quality over quantity and I'll remove any duplicates and unflattering images. You'll never get "filler" in your final gallery.
I also offer prints, albums and wall art as part of the gallery.
Honestly though, let them take the day off and enjoy themselves - I'm a massive fan of the "unplugged wedding" - and I'll make sure you have a link to share with them as well.
I'm all for everyone having a great time and taking happy snaps, but let's forget social media and have some reverence for you as a couple, especially during the ceremony. A lot of the time, guests have no idea they're getting in the way of you (and me) as you see each other down the aisle and I'm pretty sure the only faces you'd like to focus on is the one are each other's (rather than the back of a phone).