Q & A
Why should I pick you?
A: This Is What I Love To Do.
Capturing people’s stories in an authentic and creative manner is what drives me to be a people photographer.
I love collaborating with the folks I’m shooting and I genuinely enjoy learning about their lives and listening to their shared stories in the process.
I strive to create photographs that capture a vivid account of your meaningful memories, of a time in your life that you hold dear to your heart.
What do your wedding photography collections include?
A: The cost covers the photographers, assistants, lighting, proofs, an album and or prints when desired, and all of the required post processing.
When considering wedding photography, most collections include two bodies. Whether it be two full time photographers or one photographer and one assistant.
All wedding photography packages can be tailored to include the engagement photo shoot at a reduced cost. Highline packages include the engagement session at no additional charge.
Whenever considerable travel is involved, as in the instance of a destination wedding, those costs must also be considered.
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When should I expect my photos to be ready to view?
A: Your photos will generally be ready within 3-6 weeks following the wedding. I carefully select the best images from the day and process each one of them with individual attention.
What are your rates?
A: Current rate examples can be found on the Investment page. I make an effort to remain flexible. Depending on individual needs, items can be custom tailored to suite your special day.
I'd like you to shoot my wedding. What's next?
A. Contact me with your wedding date and the venue.
We will set up an in-person meeting to go through any questions you may have. Once everything is agreed upon. I send a contract for approval and return it with a retainer. After that you can tick “find a photographer” off your to-do list.
What do you shoot with?
A: Currently, I shoot with two Canon 6D full frame camera bodies and an array of Luxury lenses. Over the years, I have shot with a variety of film cameras as well. I started with a 35mm Minolta x-370 graduating to a Maxxum 7000 handed down by my father. When I started shooting Medium Format film my absolute favorite cameras to shoot with were the Mamiyaflex C2 twin lens and Hasselblad 500cm.
If you are looking to have your Wedding shot with film, this can be arranged as well.