Having images that reflect feelings and memories is one of the best things you can provide for your family and for yourself. They can represent the biggest day of your life or milestones that your children are achieving. Investing in these images is so important because you'll want quality and timeless photos to cherish forever.
Weddings start at 8 hours of coverage and go up to 10 hours. Each wedding will receive a complementary engagement session, a perfected wedding day timeline and a personalized online gallery.
Engagement sessions start at $350 and include 1.5 hours of shooting with 2 outfits.
Each portrait session gets 45 mins of session time! This includes a personalized online gallery with 25 digital images. Additional time, outfits and locations can be added!
A family session includes 2 hours of shooting time, 2 outfits and 30 digital images. You will also receive an online personalized gallery.
How do you photograph weddings?
I love being by your side to help you before your wedding day. I'll send you a guide to help you organizing your day, the best moments for the couple photos, the different lights... and it's really exciting for me to receive photos of your dress, shoes, invites...! On your wedding day, all I want to capture is the feelings, the mood, the emotions, the calm and crazy moments and all the details that make your wedding unique.
Where are you based and do you travel?
I'm based in Lafayette, Indiana and yes I love to travel! If you want me to photograph your story, it will require a travel fee, depending on where it takes place. I'd love to take my creativity to your destination wedding!
When will we get our photos?
Your will receive an online gallery link with all your photos within maximum 8 weeks (sometimes less depending on the season I photograph your story). You can download all the photos from the gallery but also share them, choose your favorites, and also order prints!
How many pictures will we receive?
For a 8 hours of wedding coverage you will receive between 600 to 800 fully edited images. I always choose quality rather over quantity.