I would describe my photography as joyful, timeless, and full of color. I photograph your day with a perfect blend of "documentary style" to capture all the in-between moments and "fine-art" as I thoroughly style each image I capture. My photos are full of emotion since I strive to help you relive your day again and again.
Once we’ve decided we would be a great fit, the next step is to make things official. Please reach out through my contact form or email email@example.com. A $50 deposit is due to hold your portrait session date. To reserve your wedding photography coverage, a signed contract, and retainer ($1,000) are requested. The remaining balance is due on your wedding date.
Portrait Sessions: 3-4 weeks.
Weddings: 5-7 weeks following your wedding.
Portrait Sessions: For a 90-minute session typically 100/150 edited images.
Weddings: For an average 8-hour wedding typically around 900 edited images
You can share any and all of your photographs! These are your photographs to enjoy and print wherever you wish. However, I retain the copyright to your images. This just means you may not alter the photos or enter them in competitions, etc. without my consent.
Yes! I love engagement sessions for many reasons. One being that it’s a great way for us to get to know each other; We laugh, exchange stories, and I get the opportunity to see how you interact as a couple. Once the wedding day comes around you two are pros at posing and are familiar with my cues. A major bonus is you get beautiful photos that you can use for your save the date and wedding website.
Yes! It can be provided to your venue upon request.
Yes! I am based in Southern CA, and love to visit new places! Travel fees may apply so be sure to let me know where you are dreaming about going.
I have a great network of talented photographers who share the same passion and shooting style as me. They are all seasoned professionals who run their own photography businesses. I ask my clients to trust who I hire based on their availability and location of their wedding.
I love “golden hour”, especially at the beach! Your session will typically start an hour and a half before the sunsets. For trails plan for two or two and a half hours before the sunsets since we typically lose the sunlight over the hills.