Frequently Asked Questions

How would you describe your style?
My style is a blend of photojournalism and artistic portraiture. What does that mean? To me, it means that for most of your wedding or session I like to just document what unfolds. The rest of the time I work hard to guide you and help you pose in ways that create beautiful portraits and make you look and feel awesome.

I strive to shoot and edit in a way that creates classic and timeless images. It’s my goal, that when you look back on your photos 10, 15, 50 years from now, you see only a beautiful moment in time, not a trendy filter or Photoshop edit.

Do you work with a second shooter?
Sometimes! I’ve shot lots of weddings on my own and many weddings are able to be covered fully by myself and an assistant. For larger weddings with more guests and moving parts, a second photographer is beneficial to both you and me! If you’re unsure whether or not you need a second, let’s chat and decide together.

What kind of equipment do you have?
I shoot with professional-grade Nikon equipment. I have three camera bodies and a bag full of lenses and lighting equipment. So if there was ever an equipment failure, I have back-ups on back-ups on back-ups.

Can I see or have all the photos you took?
Unless there are extreme, extenuating circumstances, see below…

Do you edit all of our photos?
I personally look at every image from your session or wedding and hand-pick the best images. Those that make the cut are edited by me to fit the look you see in my portfolio. This is a very personal and artistic process and the reason why, no, you can’t see or have all of the photos. I promise, if an image is good, you’ll receive it. I don’t hold anything back. Which leads me to…

How many photos do I get?
This is highly dependent on lots of different circumstances, and because I deliver all the best photos, this number can vary. On average, portrait sessions yield 50-100 images and weddings range from 400-1000.