When will we receive our photos?
Portraits and engagements are generally 2-3 weeks and weddings and elopements 4-6 weeks.
Summer months tend to be on the longer end of that range, and fall and winter on the shorter end.
How many photos do I get and how do I get them?
You can expect roughly 50-70 photograph per hour. So for a 3 hour elopement ceremony and portraits you’ll be no fewer than 150 photos. For a longer 10 hour full wedding day you’ll get no fewer than 500 photos.
Download your entire set of photos online through a personal web gallery. It’s HIGHLY recommended that you do this immediately when the photos are ready. Make mugs, calendars, canvases, and all the things to your hearts content.
Yes I do! Prints, calendars, magazines, and framed prints can be ordered directly from your online gallery. It’s super easy and quite inexpensive. Check out the print shop.
Do you offer prints?
do you charge for travel?
No, not for weddings and elopements within 200 miles of Seattle (Olympic National Park, North Cascades National Park, Suncadia). Neither for engagement and portrait sessions within 60 miles.
Yes and quite frequently. Prices vary with the market rates.
Do you travel internationally?
How do we do what the couples in your photos are doing?
None of the couples on my site are paid models, they're regular people. I stay away from rigid high school prom style posing. Opting instead for an organic, flowing, natural interactions between real people. I snap away and move a lot trying not to burden you with the camera. You'll forget I'm even there because you're attention will be towards each other and not what to do with your hands!
How do I book?
First just shoot me a message on my contact form or email me at email@example.com and let me know what you’ve got going on. If you’re planning a wedding and it’s on a Saturday in the summer then contact me right away doubly so!
A signed digital contract and an $800 NONREFUNDABLE date-retainer on weddings and 50% on other sessions. The date retainers are applied to the overall balance.