Let The Big Day Begin

8 hours of wedding day coverage
+ 1 hour Engagement session

$3,200 USD


How much time do you require?

To not feel rushed, eight hours minimum. With good planning, you can get a complete day of coverage in 8 hours. If you have an early ceremony, starting at 2 pm, you can add an extra hour or two to your coverage. The big key to a great wedding day is trying not to stuff ten pounds of shhh-tuff into a two pound bag.

Will there be a second shooter?

I've been photographing weddings all by my onesies for 14 years. With very little effort in planning, it's easy to photograph an entire wedding by myself. However, some people feel they need two photographers. ...I'm here to make you as comfortable as possible on your wedding day. If you want a second wedding photographer, we'll make it work. Please ask for details.

Can I extend the session on the day of?

Yes. You may add additional time to your session or wedding prior to the session or wedding. You can even wait until the very last minute to add time to your session or wedding day -- all you have to do is ask.

Do you offer wedding albums?

Of course. I've gone through great lengths to find gorgeous handcrafted heirloom albums not found by other photographers in this area. Albums are not included in the photography coverage. However I do archive your final wedding gallery, so you can order an album at any time after your wedding day.

Do I have to order prints through you?

While I would love it if you did support me and my family by ordering prints through your online Pixieset Gallery, you're not obligated to order through me. However, I can't recommend going to Target or Walmart to order your prints - nor will I make any guarantees in their quality. The quality (typically) just isn't there. I can only guarantee the print quality you'll receive through your online gallery.

What kind of gear do you use?

Weddings: I just switched from my small Fuji kit I've been using over the past four years, to a mixed bag of nuts centered around the new Nikon Z6 II mirrorless system. This allows me to not only use the new beautiful native Nikon S mount lens, but I'm also adapting old CONTAX Carl Zeiss manual focus lenses from the mid 1970's. These lenses have uniquely beautiful character and rendering not found in modern day lenses. It's like they were tailor made for wedding portraits.

Commercial photography: Nikon Z6 II or Z7 II bodies, a bag of lens options depending on the subject, and as much beautiful soft natural light as possible. I use reflectors, bounce cards and whatever else I need to do to push light around. I also have several bins full of set styling props for food photography.

Do you shoot destination weddings?

Absolutely. I've photographed weddings near London, beach weddings at Cabo and North Carolina. I'm entirely inspired when I get to photograph weddings in new cities, states, and countries. I would love to photograph a wedding in the Rockies and northern Canada... Even above the timber line in the far northern territories.

Ready To Begin? Let's Do It!