Questions you may have.
Do you take formal photographs? Yes I do. However, I keep them to a limited amount in order for you to experience your wedding day and assure you receive the work you are expecting of me.
What do you do in preparation for my wedding? Part of how I go about taking the photos I do is reacting to what unfolds around me. To do this I have to stay in the moment. The more you plan the more you focus on that one specific thing. I want to be as wrapped up in your story as you are. Even if I have never been to a specific venue before I do not go there ahead of time. With me it's not about the material things, it's about the love you two have for each other and all of those attending your wedding day. Long story short, the preparation I do is staying healthy and coming into your wedding day as rested and relaxed as possible.
Do you take creative photos? I like to think every photo that will be taken is going to be creative. A photo of your bridal party would best be done as a formal photo. Creative photos of the bride and groom are photographed throughout your ceremony and reception. My idea of a great creative photo is one taken while the two of you are interacting. If you would like to have photos in a certain place at a certain time I would recommend you take a walk just the two of you and I would document that moment. Its the best way to make your day feel unscripted.
How do we book your service? Just head over to my contact page and fill out the information. I can then move on to booking your date. A retainer fee of $500 is required in order to hold your date.
How long will it take to receive our photos? Any time I photograph, whether its for a family shoot, engagement, or wedding I provide your images to you within 2 weeks. Albums can take from 3-4 weeks depending on the time of season and amount of time it takes for our clients to select their images.
Do you photograph mostly Black and White? I would say that 70% of my photos are black and white.