Q: What is required to book my date?

A: In order to book your day a $1500 reservation fee and contract is required. This guarantees your date.

Q: How long before we see our photographs?

A: We take time after the wedding to ensure each image is corrected. This includes color correction, exposure & contrast adjustments, B&W conversion and sharpening. We typically will have your photos online and available for ordering within 4-6 weeks from your wedding day.

Q: Do we get to keep the negatives? Do we get the copyrights to our images?

A: Yes! I will provide you with a USB of the high-resolution files from your wedding. You get a limited personal copyright release to your wedding images. This means you can make unlimited personal reproductions and can use files for personal online use (facebook, blog, email).

Q: Do you shoot digital or film? What type of equipment do you use?

A: I shoot digital and use only professional equipment. I shoot with the Canon 5D Mark III camera bodies and utilize a variety of professional Canon L-series lenses throughout a shoot. I bring backup equipment to every wedding.

Q: Do you have an assistant?

A: I have an assistant photographer that comes with me, who is generally grabbing important detail and candid shots throughout the day.

Q: How long have you been in business? Do you have business insurance?

A: I have been shooting weddings since 2007 and have shot well over 100 weddings. We have business insurance provided by State Farm.

Q: What if something happens to you on our wedding day?

A: I work with a network of other photographers (who shoot in a similar style), that I can call on in case of an emergency.

Q: How long before we receive our album?

A: After your wedding, I will send you a link to a gallery with all your wedding images. After selecting your favorite images and putting them into a “favorites folder,” I will go through and design your album. Once you approve the design, most albums are ready for delivery within 12 weeks. Every album is designed with a clean, classic look in mind so it will never look dated.