Pricing

I

Elopement / Courthouse Package

2 hrs coverage

Full Resolution Digital Files

$950

(extra time can be added for $450/hr)

II

Basic Wedding Package

Up to 7hrs Wedding Day Coverage

Engagement Photo Session

Full Resolution Digital Files

$3950

III

Deluxe Wedding Package

Up to 12hrs Wedding Day Coverage

Rehearsal Dinner Coverage

Engagement Photo Session

Full Resolution Digital Files

12inch Wedding Album

2-Parent Albums

$7950

FAQ’s

How long does it take to get our pictures?

Within 2-3 weeks during peak season, and under 1 week fall-spring.

How many pictures do we get?

Around 100 pictures / hour of coverage. These are edited down from the thousands shot at every wedding. They are all adjusted and edited for great color and contrast, and ready to print!

How do we book our wedding date?

Start by filling out the contact form here. We’ll set up a zoom call to talk more about everything, and go over any questions you might have. Once you’ve chosen a package we can either sign a contract electronically, or have an in-person meeting to finalize everything!

What is your approach to shooting weddings?

My shooting philosophy revolves around capturing as many genuine moments of you with your family and friends as I can. I don’t stage pictures in order to get published on wedding blogs or instagram… Having shot hundreds of weddings, I can tell you that the trendiest photos are always the first to go out of style and look cheesy. Natural, authentic, and real moments of you with your friends and family will be the photos that stand the test of time and will be your favorite images in the future! The best pictures, are always genuine moments that happen during a wedding. Because of this, my approach is unobtrusive, and ideally most of the time people are not even aware they are being photographed. I want guests to be focused on you, and each other, without being distracted by multiple photographers sticking cameras in their faces. 
I also want the photo session to be effortless on your part, and just feel like a natural extension of the day. Most of the day you will simply be enjoying spending time with your loved ones as if I was not even there (while I am in the background getting pictures of it!) During the portrait session, when pictures are directed by me, I make it quick and easy for everyone involved. I won’t ask you to do anything that doesn’t come naturally. 

Do you have a 2nd shooter?

For many years I worked with an assistant photographer, but now find that I produce better images shooting alone. Other photographers just don’t shoot things the way I would, and having to shoot around them ends up limiting the angles I have. There is one best angle for everything happening, and I want to be the one shooting it 🙂 In certain cases where I do want an extra angle of something, I set up a camera with a remote control to get a second or third angle. 

Also, as mentioned above, you get better pictures when people are just having fun and enjoying the day. Each additional photographer or videographer scurrying around and clicking away, just distracts the guests and take the focus off of you. 

What does a typical timeline look like?

Every wedding day is different of course, and I’m at your service when it comes to when and where we do things. But here are a couple timelines to give you an idea of the typical amounts of time allotted for photo’s/etc. on a wedding day.  
6 hrs coverage (5pm ceremony)
230pm – Final 30 minutes of getting ready, putting on dress and veil
3pm – Bride and Grooms First Look, then portraits of the bride and groom together
330 – Photos with the bridesmaids & groomsmen
345 -Family photos
430 – Pictures finished, hide from arriving guests and prep for ceremony
5pm – Ceremony
530 – Cocktail hour
630 – Dinner
730 – Toasts, Cake
745 – 1st dance, etc.
8pm – Dance floor open
830pm – Photos done
10 hrs coverage (5pm ceremony)
12pm – Final hour of getting ready, putting on dress and veil, moving back and forth between guys and ladies rooms
1pm – Bride and Grooms First Look, then portraits together
145 -Photos with the bridesmaids & groomsmen
230 – Photos with wedding party at separate location (park, downtown, waterfront, etc)
345 -Family photos back at ceremony venue
430 – Pictures finished, hide from arriving guests and prep for ceremony
5pm – Ceremony
530 – Cocktail hour
630 – Dinner
730 – Toasts, Cake
745 – 1st dance, etc.
8pm – Dance floor open
10pm – Photos done