Photos during a wedding day can't be crammed into a six hour time block. It's the most memorable day of your life, let's get some photos to go along with those memories. Here's a breakdown of a typical wedding day with me. The goal is no pressure and lots of photos.

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Getting ready

You may not think a lot is happening as far as photos go at this point in the day. This is when I take beautiful photos of all your wedding day details. The dress, shoes, rings, flowers and more importantly you, family and friends basking in the your wedding day. The guys and girls get their photos captured, mimosas and whiskey as well. 


Quietly navigating your ceremony to take those photos which you'll be hanging on your wall for decades to come. But let's be really honest here, we're making heirlooms; the grandkids are getting these photos someday. All the moments from you getting walked down to the isle or seeing your bride for the first time and that kiss!



You may want that journalistic candid look to your wedding photos and that's easy and fun but... We're also going to get those proper photos which will look amazing in a set for your parents and friends and family. This is when we get photos of the bridal party, parents, siblings and any other groups that fit in this time. This is also the time when we do the amazing posed portraits that you'll be bragging about your wedding with. 


Getting introduced to your guests, toasts, first dances, parent dances, bouquet toss, garter...

Basically lots of your guests get their photos taken along with all the events of the night and also, we'll make some time to swing out after dark to take a few more photos.


The most important thing to have done on your wedding day is get beautiful photos taken. You can order albums, prints, canvases anywhere in the world. My focus is on the photos, not the products. 

Engagement session on location

Typically as far as a tank of gas will take us. The beach, the forest and anywhere in-between. This is the time for us to work on some basic poses and also get to know each other. The best part about the engagement shoot though is having a few extra nice photos to build your RSVP & Save the dates. 


Full day, from start to finish (hair & makeup to last dance) Depending on the amount of people you'll only need one of me, in the event that you need additional coverage (multiple locations or weddings with over one hundred and fifty) that works out to only an additional four hundred dollars. 

Online Gallery 

Share this link with friends, family and free yourself from e-mailing photos to everyone individually. You'll be able to view, share, order and make a list of your favorite photos from your wedding day.