Do you only photograph weddings?

Nope! I love photography and storytelling too much to limit myself like that. Although weddings are my main focus, I will also book family sessions, senior portraits, maternity/pregnancy announcements, headshots for musicians/actors/professionals/etc, and much more.

Can we meet?

Yes, please! Feel free to contact me to arrange a time to grab coffee or ice cream and chat, or to visit your wedding venue.

How long until I can see my photos?

It typically takes around 4 weeks to edit and deliver your digital photographs. Add-ons and prints can sometimes take a little longer. You will receive a few select edits within a couple days so that you can share them with friends and family on social media.

How many photographs will I get?

While I provide an average number in my pricing guide, this can vary depending on your wedding. On average, a full day wedding will usually yield 400-600 photos. If, for example, the groomsmen don’t want any photographs getting ready or are planning to show up already dressed, you might expect the number to be on the lower end. Or, if you have lots of elaborate decorations, you might expect the number to be on the higher end because there is more detail to capture.

Do you travel or photograph destination weddings?

Yes and yes. I am always excited to visit new places.

What are your travel fees?

Depending on the distance, travel fees may include gas, two nights in a hotel, and/or airfare. I prefer to stay nearby or in the same hotel as the wedding party so that I can be available if either party is hanging out the night before or decides to start getting ready early.

Do you include digital images and reprint rights?

Every photoshoot includes include high resolution images with reprint rights and no watermarks. Watermarks on photos are ugly; linking to my website on social media when you share a photo is pretty.

What equipment do you use to photograph?

I shoot with all professional full-frame Canon cameras and Canon lenses. Because my style is heavily candid, photojournalistic, and storytelling, I mainly use zoom lenses to make sure I can capture every moment even if I’m too far away and will also occasionally use prime lenses depending on the circumstances. I stick with natural light as much as possible, but I will use speedlites when necessary (usually only for outdoor/night or dimly-lit indoor receptions). I always consult with couples first to make sure flash photography does not interfere with decorations or ambiance.

Do you photograph with a second photographer?

Depending on the package you choose, a second photographer may be present. My second photographer will assist in photographing your wedding or event, but I will edit the photos so that they are consistent with my work.

I have a different question that you haven’t addressed here.

Feel free to contact me with any question you think of. If you have several questions, I’d  be happy to meet with you and chat.