After you submit your inquiry, I will send you my collection guide and schedule a date for us to connect over the phone. If after chatting and reviewing your customized proposal you feel we’re a match, we’ll secure your wedding date with a contract and 50% retainer.
There’s nothing I love more than building relationships with my couples before their wedding day arrives, so throughout your engagement I’ll be there if you need any support or guidance. If you’ve chosen to book an engagement session, I also offer each of my couples custom-tailored fashion look books on request.
My pre-wedding prep involves scouting, shot list planning, and managing all of the small details — so your only job on your big day is to have the time of your life. I’ll capture the rest.
My image turnaround time is six weeks. Once everything is ready, you can pop the champagne and make your edit requests and selections — I will finalize your digital gallery and any prints or albums you’ve ordered, and in the end your wedding memories will become a permanent part of your home and life together.
A wedding day is the realization of numerous stories unfolding. It’s two people moving from single lives to a bonded one; it’s the coming together of loved ones from all walks of life in celebration; it’s the very beginning moments of the family and future borne from this union of lives.
I want the tangible memories you share and keep from your day to reflect your story organically, filling each frame with romance and emotion. It is through a storytelling approach — one where documentarian spontaneity is blended with intentional artistic choice — that the most thoughtful, expressive images emerge. I plan and scout locations and shots for each wedding in advance, but also leave room open for the magic that can’t be planned for.
Medium-format film — a slightly larger version of the rolls your grandparents and parents loaded into their 35mm point and shoots before family vacations — is a major part of my creative process. Film lends a timeless and incomparable depth to photographs, imprinting each capture onto a physical surface rather than a digital memory card.
While I do use digital cameras in tandem with film, I believe the look of film resonates with people in a way that can’t be fully replicated — it breathes life into still moments with exquisite light and impeccable quality.
"She truly captured the essence of my relationship with my husband..."
"She made us feel so natural and confident in front of the camera."