Your friendly, neighbourhood wedding photographer


It's important we're a good fit

I thrive off a connection with my clients

Fun fact. Couples will often spend as much time with their photographer on their wedding day, as they do each other. So it's important that we're a good fit.

My approach is a mix of documentary and editorial. I'm observant and capture things as-is, the unposed and candid. I try not to interrupt natural moments, but I can also provide direction.

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Beautifully edited

Every single photograph is carefully edited to ensure perfect skin tones and beautiful filmic colours. It's a painstaking process that takes hours of work after the wedding day, but worth it to ensure photographs look elegant and timeless.

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The Process

Step I. Get in touch. It's simple! All I need from you is for you to reach out to me here and tell me all about yourself and your partner. I'd love to hear all the little details, like how you first met, your proposal story, what things you enjoy doing that gets your heart beating faster, or even your favourite drinks (mine's a tea with one sugar, please). This is the part where you'll first get to know me, I'll get to know you, and if we're a good fit we'll move on to step two!

Step III. Sign a contract. Once the contract is signed and accompanied by the initial deposit that goes toward your final payment, I'm officially yours! The rest of your payment is due two weeks before your wedding day, but I'm here for you all the days in between now and then, too.

Step II. Have a call. This step, being completely optional, is something I really recommend. That's because emails can be a bit formal, and make it hard to really get to know the person on the other side of the screen. I like to offer chatting on a phone call or a Skype / Zoom / Facetime meeting so it gives you a chance to see that I'm a real person, and vice versa. My magic ingredient to my photography is getting to know you two as couple, and I want you to feel confident in choosing me, too.


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