How I approach a wedding day…
It’s an incredible experience to work with couples and find ways to provoke natural chemistry and capture images that are above than anything else, true.
Planning a wedding can be stressful, so my mission is to always be the easiest part of your day. I will never make a wedding about the photography, the photography will always be about the wedding. Never do I want the photography to feel like a chore throughout the day. I want you to be comfortable, relaxed, and most of all having fun.
Pricing + options
I happily provide photography for weddings and elopements of all sorts with packages starting at $1500. My pricing is able to be tailored to any specifics of your wedding and reduced rates may be given for weekday and/or off-season weddings.
All of my photos are delivered digitally via a downloadable online gallery. You will be able to access the high resolution files as well as retain full printing rights.
Second photographer and rehearsal dinner coverage options are available.
I also pride myself in being able to offer a wedding video option without requiring a separate team of camera operators. My complete package includes a 2-4 minute highlight film in addition to your photo coverage. These films capture the celebration, the vibe and the energy of your wedding day but without all the extra personel and equipment surrounding you and your guests. I promise will not find a better value than adding this to your package!
Please send me an email with your wedding date as well as your desired amount of coverage, and I’ll be happy to send you my complete pricing guide as well as a precise quote.
Ah yes, the photos before the photos!
I happily provide complimentary 1-hour engagement sessions for couples within 25 miles of Charleston who book their wedding with me. Please let me know of any locations you might have in mind, or if you are looking for suggestions I have a variety of favorite places stretching from downtown, the beaches, to greenery.
Sessions are available Monday – Thursday, preferably taking place one hour before sunset…or even better, at sunrise!