You want an experience

that feels true to you.

I take photographs that truly reflect the couple in front of the camera.

My job is to document you, exactly as you are, on your wedding day.

These are some of the best parts of your love story, let me help

you remember each beautiful moment.

Reach Out

01.

CONNECTING TO MY WORK

Before you reach out, take a minute to look at my portfolio if you haven't already. Take a look at my approach and what weddings look like through my eyes. If you can invision yourself in these moments, reach out!

02.

MAKING IT OFFICIAL

I can't wait to get your message! The more info you can give me, the better I can create the perfect experience for you. I'll send you more information on booking and pricing, and then all I need is a signed contract and a 30% retainer and I'm all yours for your wedding day.

03.

BEFORE YOUR WEDDING

Leading up to your wedding day, I'll be there to offer up suggestions on vendors and fun wedding day adventures and help you create a an easy photo timeline and family shot list. I provide all of my couples a full wedding photography planning guide with tons of tips on how to get the most out of our time together.

04.

YOUR BEST DAY EVER

On the wedding day, I use all I've learned from our conversations and engagement session to photograph you in a way that feels like "you". Each wedding and couple is unique. You can rest assured that this will be a lot easier than you think, because it should feel effortless and fun, just like your wedding!

Answers to your most

common questions

What does your wedding coverage cost?

01

Every year I take a limited number of weddings in order to best serve my wonderful couples. Because each and every wedding is unique, I talk with each inquiry personally to discover their needs and establish a good fit. Most couples invest between $5000 - $8000 for full wedding days. My collections include high-resolution photographs, an online gallery to share with loved ones, custom made albums and more!

Do you work with a second shooter?

02

Yes. A second photographer option is available to all of my couples and in most packages. I shoot the majority of my weddings on my own, as I feel that it is more reflective of my style that way. That being said, if you have a guest list of more than 100 or a lot of travel on your day, I highly recommend choosing to have a second shooter.

How do we book you?

03

If you're ready to book, send me an email or let's jump on the phone! Once we've figured out the package that fits your wedding day perfectly, the next step is to make it official. A signed contract and your retainer will secure your wedding date. The remaining balance is due a month before your wedding date. All of this can be done online and you can set up autopay so you have one less thing to worry about when wedding planning! My goal is to make this experience as easy and streamlined as possible.

We're not very comfortable in front of the camera, will this be awkward?

04

I hear you and I've been there! The truth is, those photographs of laughing couples and intimate kisses, those don't happen in the first 15 minutes of our time together. I pad my portrait time with a little additional time to get aquainted, comfortable with being photographed, and a few moments to take in the scenery. While I think it's most important to be connected to each other, noticing all that's going on around you on your wedding day - the color of the leaves, the smell of dinner cooking, the sound of your guests laughing, and the feeling of your hand in your love's.

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Choosing to have an Eco-Friendly Wedding?

Your wedding day is the biggest event of your life, but it can also be the most wasteful. Reducing the carbon footprint of your wedding can seem like a daunting task, but luckily going environmentally-friendly is getting easier each day. Your wedding vision doesn’t need to be sacrificed to also support mother earth. You may be thinking, “it’s just one wedding” or “does what I do really matter?” Raising awareness about the environmental impacts that weddings have on the environment is one of the significant things you and your fiancé can do during this time. Your loved ones seeing the choices you have made for such an important day may have a bigger impact on their daily lives than you think. Even the small things you choose to do on your wedding day can have a big impact on saving the earth, which is why I’ve compiled a list of planet-friendly ideas to help you plan your plastic-free and ecological wedding.

Consider the following to cut the single-use plastics out of your wedding day:

  • Give guests glass or secondhand china cups to use for the entire night.
  • Don’t use plastic straws.
  • Rent place settings or use alternative materials such as bamboo or wood.
  • Don’t use plastic, paper, bubbles, or rice as confetti.
  • If your wedding is larger than 50 people, I have an offer for you! If you pledge to make your wedding day plastic-free, you will receive a free engagement session or a $300 print credit towards an album or prints after your wedding. I can help you with talking with your venue or caterers about going plastic-free and offer ideas on how to approach this day with mother earth in mind. For more ideas on how to go plastic-free and to learn more about incorporating it into your wedding day, reach out to me!

    PLANNING A GREEN WEDDING IS EASIER THAN YOU THINK!

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    If you are here, it means you value your wedding photography & think we could make a good team. I look forward to hearing your story.

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