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Our work is one of the kind. And the best way to find out if we are a fit, is to schedule an initial consultation. We will go over the pricing, the logistics, permits, etc.

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Let's get Creative

Wedding photography is a style of photography that captures the moments of a wedding day. While wedding photography has evolved over the years, the basic goal remains the same: to capture the beautiful moments of a wedding day. Lets talk about photo styles

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Ironing things out

Planning is key to getting the most out of your wedding photography. We'll solidify the time of the day, consider bringing props, location, parking, etc.

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On the day of, I will be in touch with you throughout the day. Make sure that we're ready for the session. I'll bring my cameras and vision board, you'll bring your love, props, and a bit of coffee or tea.


Come as you are.

Photography is an artistic field that is often over looked. People see photography as a way to document life and typically forget about the artistry involved in taking a great photo. The best photos are taken in the moment with no judgement. Having a clear mind is the best state of being, when you are relaxed and in a natural state of being. This allows you to capture the photo perfectly. Life happens fast and it's important to remember to take a step back and truly enjoy the moment you're in, whether you're behind the camera or in front of it. photography is not just about capturing memories, but it's about capturing feeling and expressions that cannot be replicated. When you're in the moment, you're able to do just that.


You've iron your shirt, steamed your dress, driven 30 minutes from traffic, you're rushing, you arrive on time, or you're late. I get it, life happens. But before you leave your car, take some time to meditate with your partner. If you're stressed out or anxious, it will show in the photos.

Here's a lofi, hip hop, playlist that will melt any expectations, be in the moment.

Close your eyes and listen

Candid or Plandid?

While my shots look very candid, I give a sense of direction to my clients. From where they need to stand, where to place their hands, when to kiss, which hand to hold. This helps them to feel comfortable and natural in front of the camera. My goal is always to capture the authentic emotions between the couple, and this guidance is essential in achieving that goal. By the end of the shoot, my clients are always surprised by how natural and relaxed they feel. And, of course, they always walk away with a beautiful collection of engagement photos that they will treasure for a lifetime.


How long will it take my photos to come back?

Depending on the session, it will take as early as 2-3 days for your photos to come back. weddings may take between 2-3 weeks depending on the season. The turnaround time for weddings is due to the fact that weddings are typically shot during the busiest time of year for photographers. Engagements have a shorter turnaround time because they are typically shot during the off-season. If you are getting married during the summer, you can expect your wedding photos to take a bit longer to receive than if you were getting married in the winter. However, no matter what time of year you are getting married, your photographer will do their best to get your photos back to you as soon as possible.

Can we send some screenshots of poses that we want?

Absolutely! Today's poses are more natural and relaxed, but that doesn't mean they're easy to achieve. The best poses are those that flatter the subject and convey the desired mood. Screenshots can be helpful in visualizing how a pose will look, but it's important to keep in mind that not all poses will work for every body type.

What's the best time of day to do our photos?

One of the best times of day to take photographs is during golden hour and blue hour. These are the times when the sun is low in the sky, and its light takes on a warm, golden hue. Blue hour occurs just after sunset, when the sky is filled with a deep blue light. This is an ideal time to capture landscapes and cityscapes. The soft, diffuse light is very flattering for portraits. Golden hour and blue hour are magical times of day.

What is Golden Hour?

For photographers, golden hour is one of the most magical times of day. This is the time just after sunrise or just before sunset when the light is soft and warm, creating a beautiful glow. Golden hour is also often associated with long shadows and rich colors, making it an ideal time for photography. Of course, golden hour doesn't last forever, so photographers have to be quick to take advantage of this special light. But when they do, the results can be truly stunning.