How do WE BooK You for our wedding?

After we chat about your wedding day dreams (and logistics), I’ll send over a proposal to begin the booking process. Once the signed contract and retainer fee is received, I’ll guide you through the next steps.

What kind of equipment do YOU use? 

I use a mix of film and digital cameras, flashes, and more to achieve your wedding imagery. Always with backups for redundancy. No two weddings are the same and I bring the best gear for your day.

How many weddings do YOU photograph a year? 

Due to the highly personalized nature of this process, I will only commit to ten couples per year. This quality over quantity approach ensures that you receive the best of me throughout our time together, on the day and beyond.


Yes. As a hybrid (film and digital) photographer, I find having an experienced second photographer to help with duties on a wedding day is always a blessing. Whether they’re fluffing your dress, holding a reflector, or getting another angle of your ceremony; it’s all working to the end goal of your breathtaking wedding gallery.

How many PHOTOS can WE expect? 

The goal is to have you continuously be delighted as you move through your gallery. Any fluff gets edited out and only the best of the best get the stamp of approval. As such, you can expect to receive about fifty finished images per hour of coverage in your final gallery.


Yes. You’ll receive all finished images as high resolution files delivered via gallery download. USB delivery is available upon request.

can family AND FRIENDS order prints? 

They sure can! Share your gallery link with anyone who is interested and they’ll be able to purchase prints directly from one of the best professional labs in the country.

What is THE Gallery turnaround time? 

During peak wedding season (May-Nov) your gallery can take up to 12 weeks. Great things take time and film is an intentional process. Signature finishing touches are then applied as the cherry on top. Rest assured your gallery will reflect this extra time and attention.