Where you at girl?
Seattle! I love the great Pacific Northwest.
How do we know you’ll take awesome photos?
We’re just gonna close our eyes and hope for the best. Just kidding. If you feel connected to my work, then I know we’ll be a great match. I tend to overshoot, always send way more pictures than necessary and man if we gel, we’re all gonna have a good time, and that just makes for even more cool, badass, good feelin pics.
Do you Travel?
You bet your bottom dollar! Speaking of dollar, I know travel fees and accommodations can get a little pricey. Don’t feel shy about asking me about my travel options. Hell, if you’re getting married in Greece, which is at the top of my destinations bucket list, we might be able to work something out in your favor. I absolutely love to travel and would be honored to fly to you for your wedding. So just talk to me! I’m sure we can figure something out together 🙂
How do we book?
Once we have confirmed I am available on your wedding day and you want me to be your photographer, I will send you over the proposal that has a the contract and invoice attached together through an online booking system called, Honeybook. You will then pay a $1,000 non refundable deposit and the remainder of the payment will be due 3 weeks before the wedding. Boom, done!
Do we meet in person?
We certainly can if my schedule allows it! Summers can be a little hectic so my prefered method of communication is email, text or phone calls. Having an engagement session through me is a. A great way to get a little sneak of what’s to come and b. A perfect time to grab a drink afterwards and talk big day deets!
Do we get like, ALL the photos?
Yes, but no. I take so many damn photos, and a lot of good ones at that, that you won’t really be needing any duplicate ones, blurry faces and blinking eyes. You will receive anywhere from 500-1000 photos, just depending on how long your day was and how crazy I was photographing it. I do not give out any RAW files. A big part of why you are hiring me is because of my talent and that creativity spills over into the editing process as much as it does into the actual photographing.