It all starts with a conversation. I would love to hear from you. The best thing I can create with clients is a connection and I would love to speak with you about your day. If my images resonate with you, please send an email and let’s set up a time to talk on the phone.
Afer an initial phone call, I create a custom proposal for clients. Every wedding is unique and everyone’s needs are different.
In the lead up to your wedding we will speak via phone calls and email so that I can gather information about you and your fiancé. This is a time for me to get to know you both a little better, to peek into your lives and discover what inspires you, what draws you to one another and what you are most excited about for your wedding. This is also a time to discuss timelines and logistics and to help in any way possible with questions about lighting and timing.
On your wedding day, I will move in and out of the scenery. Taking in the mood, the overall feel, the moments. For some couples my presence will go unknown and for some a more helpful eye and a bit of direction is preferred. To create the story of your day, pictures usually start towards the end of getting ready and conclude in the early parts of the reception. The most important thing is for couples to enjoy their day. Being a calm presence, allowing the day to flow naturally with an easygoing, yet helpful style, has created a great relationship with clients as well as their family and friends. Your wedding has been poured over with love, every detail being planned. On your wedding day, I want you to have complete trust that everything meaningful to you will be captured. From the serene surroundings to the smallest details. More importantly, the calm in-between moments and the family that you have gathered to celebrate.
Clients expect to receive an online gallery of images from their wedding day in approximately 6-8 weeks after the wedding. Following the online gallery that you can share with friends and family, a USB of images will be sent. A completed gallery of images from a wedding always varies but typically you can expect 75-100 images per hour of shooting.