how long have you been photographing weddings?
I've been photographing weddings since 2016. I first started as an assistant, then worked as a second photographer, then photographed a few weddings as an associate. I learned so much by climbing the ranks and working with other photographers. In 2017 I began photographing my own wedding clients. I have photographed 60+ weddings over the years, with a bit of a hiatus in 2020.
Do you travel for weddings?
Yes, happy to! Weddings have taken me to some amazing places both nationally and internationally. I'm down for an adventure, so don't hesitate to float your crazy ideas my way.
how do we book you? what do you need from us?
First step is to fill out a contact form. I always appreciate lots of detail about you two as a couple and what you're envisioning for your wedding or elopement. I'll send you a pricing guide and links to full galleries. Once you look things over, I'd love to chat on the phone or zoom with you. We'll get to know each other, and I'll also go over lots of the details including helping you figure out how many hours of coverage is best as a starting point. It's very casual and helps to see if we are a good personality fit. To officially reserve your date, I require a non-refundable retainer and signed contract.
what are your favorite wedding venues?
I particularly love anything that holds meaning for my clients - a couple's favorite city / restaurant / place to visit, a childhood home with lots of memories, the family cottage, etc. I'm a sucker for anything nostalgic. That said, I also love exploring new and awe-inspiring locations with my couples. It's really fun to combine travel photography with wedding photography and results in especially unique images. Everyone is different, so I'm happy to chat location ideas with you personally if you'd like!