LET'S CONNECT.


The Process


01.


Email



All inquiries will be responded to within 72 hours. Please describe your dream session in full detail.



02.


Contract & payment


A contract form will be sent for you to read and sign. A 50% non-refundable deposit is require upon booking.



03.


Planning and meeting


For my future couples, I would love to get to know you better. I will be sending you a questionnaire for you to read and fill out. I will also arrange a meeting with you and your love before the wedding to discuss the timeline and any further details.



04.


Online Gallery


You will receive your high resolution edited images via online gallery, to download and share with your friends and family.


Lifestyle sessions: 2-3 weeks.


Events: 3-4 weeks


Weddings: 8-10 weeks.


FAQ

What's your style of photography?

I take documentary approach to photography, I enjoy capturing candid, real and unscripted moments.

Where will the sessions take place?

Your dream session can be either in the comfort of your own home, outdoors or at a studio. For home sessions, I would suggest the brightest room in the house, with enough natural lighting.

Outdoor sessions: If you had a location in mind, let's go for it! If not, I can always suggest a few of my favourite spots :)

For all in-studio sessions, there is an additional fee.

How should we dress for our family session?

- Wear something comfortable, you should and feel like yourself, first and foremost.
- Aim for neutrals and earthy tones. These colours compliment the outdoor environment.
- For couples, compliment each other, don't match each other.
- Avoid big and distracting logos.

Will you photograph LQBTQ+ weddings?

Absolutely YES YES YES! All couples are welcome in front of my lens.

How do we receive our images?

All galleries are delivered to you through a customized online gallery. Through your gallery, you'll be able to easily share the link to your friends/family and download the images right to your desktop.

Do you send raw files?

The simple answer is, no. They are unfinished images and not an accurate representation of my work or my brand.