During the editing process, I will weed out the duplicates, the out of focus photos, and the unflattering photos, to deliver you the best of the best. I typically deliver 50-100 lightly retouched high-res JPEG images per hour.
Photos with a print release are delivered to you via an online gallery for you and to share with friends and family within 90 days of your wedding.
I'll walk you through your album selection process after your gallery delivery.
I describe my photography style as documentary with a fine art twist. I like to be a wallflower and soak up the action unfold with my camera. But I have an eye for those wedding day details at the same time.
I'll give some direction during the getting ready moments of your day and formal photo sessions. But for the most part, I'll be there to document and to allow your day to flow naturally.
My editing style is light, bright, crisp with some bokeh. I strive to deliver photographs that will age well.
Once your contract is signed and your 50% (non-refundable) retainer fee is paid, we are officially official. Your wedding weekend is blocked on my calendar; I only photograph one wedding a weekend.
I sure am! If your venue requires a COI from vendors, I am happy to provide one at their or your request.
Since 2017, between booking my own wedding clients and assisting other wedding photographers in the area- close to 40!
On average, I photograph anywhere between 15-20 weddings per year. Due to the physical demands of wedding photography, I book only one a weekend.
Like any vendor you are securing for your wedding, you need to love their work and trust they will deliver. And yes, I am happy to email you examples of full wedding galleries!
If you love what you see on my website, laugh at my Instagram Stories, imagine you and your beloved in my photos, and I am in within your budget, defiantly reach out to say hello. I'll send you my e-brochure that same day.
Like a baker does market a bag of flour and sells it as a loaf of bread, I do not - under any circumstance - give out RAW or unedited images.
RAWs and unedited images are unfinished work and are not a representation of my best work and do not help with the storyline.