Questions & Answers

• How would you describe your style?

My style is candid with subtle guidance. I focus on getting natural emotion in the least intrusive way possible. My photos tend to feature warmer tones with a rustic feel. Anything outdoors is always my favorite.

• Do we get all of the raw photos?

This question comes up a lot and the answer is always no. The entire collection of raw photos contain blurry shots, eyes closed, all kinds of imperfections that don’t uphold the standard we abide by when delivering photos. These photos are also MASSIVE and unedited to our specific style.

• How much work goes into each wedding?

About 40 hours - the wedding day itself will be about 10-12 hours and the remainder is allotted towards editing.

• Should we do an engagement session?

Yes! Always yes. Not only do you get great pictures of you and your fiance to use for save the dates or anything you want, but the engagement session is a great opportunity to get comfortable in front of the camera and with your photographer. I love using engagement sessions as a time to really get to know my couples so we’re both really comfortable on the wedding day.

• What do we wear to the engagement session?

I like to have the engagement sessions outside so definitely something you’re comfortable moving around in. These also tend to be less formal, unless you have a specific idea that we can talk about!

• Do we need a second photographer?

It depends. I like to have a second set of hands to help out on the wedding day but it will also increase the cost of the package so it really depends on your budget and what your vision of the day looks like. I’ve done weddings with and without a second photographer.

• Do you travel for weddings?

Absolutely. I just require that the accommodations and flights (if needed) are covered in my cost.

• Any general advice when we’re planning our wedding day?

Look to rent an Airbnb close to your venue to get ready in, opposed to a normal hotel room. This will make the photos look 1000 times better and really unique. Also, remember to do a quick clean up of the room before the photographer arrives.

If possible, try to have your ceremony outdoors and as close to sunset as possible. The lighting will be perfect for the moment you say I do.