I am over the top, on top of every detail, and a wizard at balancing the part of this job where I make the magic while sticking to a timeline.
I’ve been kicking butt at wedding photography for a decade. I try to bring my Type A organizational skills, true love of weddings, and genuine excitement for your day together in a way where I can shoulder your stress, make you laugh, and grab you a stiff drink. (Even when your day goes haywire and you think you should have just eloped.)
I’m there to capture the joy and reduce those “let’s run away and go to that chapel in Vegas” feels by creating an awesome experience for my clients. My goal is to guide you through the insanity that is planning a wedding, and providing you with the resources you need to make your wedding day everything you dreamed of.
Sound like something you're into? To ensure the best possible experience for my clients, I only take on a limited number of wonderful couples per year. While I offer custom packages for every inquiry I receive based on my contact form (why would you want to be stuck with the same packages everyone gets when your wedding is a unique event?!), my base 2020 pricing starts at $4,000 + tax.
To set up a call or meeting, get full package info, chat about your wedding day, and to see a sneak peek at my type-A side, shoot me a message via the contact tab!
It’s gross that I have to put this, but apparently it matters to some people for all the wrong reasons. But I’m thankful for the ones who love it for all the right reasons. I am an LGBTQ+ friendly photographer. I love love, and I love people in love. That’s the most important part of this job, is documenting your love for each other, the love your friends and families are there to surround you with on this important day (because it’s not just about my couples, I want your mom and her partner or your cousin and their partner to feel comfortable and safe with me too). Yes, I have had clients cancel their contracts with me due to my willingness to document the weddings of other human beings regardless of sexual orientation. And honestly? It was for the best.