My portrait session fee is $300.
I offer four wedding packages that range in price from $3500 to $7500. All of my wedding packages include a print credit for an album or loose prints and digital images for personal use. As the package increases in price, you can expect to see a larger print credit, more photographer hours, additional editing and additional album choices.
If you’d like to receive my full pricing, send me a note via the contact form above and I’ll respond with all the details.
I hate fine print. So here it is in as few words as possible.
Stuff happens. If you need to reschedule a portrait session, just let me know as soon as you can. I’m a mommy too. I get it. I’d much rather photograph your child when he’s well and rested.
If you have to change your wedding date, I’ll do my very best to accommodate. If I can’t, or if you cancel your wedding, I will try my best to rebook the date with a wedding. If I’m not able to, I cannot refund your deposit. But I’ll do my darndest.
During your portrait session please don’t photograph or video your child. It confuses the kids – they don’t know where to look.
Typically, proofs from your portrait session will be ready in 4-6 weeks. Occasionally, it’s 8. Provided our kids are healthy and it’s not the Christmas Rush. If you have a photographic emergency, let me know. I will do what I can to accommodate.
Wedding proofs are typically available in 8-12 weeks.
In order to do great job for you, I need to be the only photographer working on your wedding. If you want more coverage, I’m happy to add a second photographer working with me. If you have an amateur photographer that wants to take a lot of shots at your wedding, please let me know so I can talk to them in advance. I’m happy to try to accommodate, but you don’t want the back of another photographer in your first kiss shot, I promise.
Please do not remove the watermark from images when they are posted online. If you purchase a digital collection, you are free to use the images without a watermark online, but I would strongly encourage you not to, as image theft is an internet epidemic.
Please note, as is standard among portrait photographers, I retain the copyright to all non-commercial images.