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How far out do you book?

Honestly, it's never too early to book with me if my calendar is open for that year. I often find myself having to turn people away because I'm unavailable for their date, and it sucks. My books are currently open for 2023-2024.

How many photos will we get?

You can expect to receive at least 50 edited photos for every hour of coverage. 

How will we receive our photos?

You'll receive your photos in an online gallery where you can download high-resolution files, order archival quality prints and wall art, design your wedding album, and share your photos with loved ones online. All packages also include a print release.

What's your turnaround time?

Whether you're hiring me for your elopement, for a couples/engagement session or for a wedding, you'll receive sneak peeks within a week (and usually much sooner)! 

Elopements & Weddings: 12-14 Weeks
Engagement & Couples Sessions: 4 -8 Weeks

Depending on the time of year, most clients receive their galleries quicker than what I've listed here. 

Do you photoshop your clients?

I only photograph elopements and intimate weddings with fewer than 60 guests. I don't shoot large traditional weddings, but I'd love to do your engagement session! Inquire here.

Can you describe your style?

How can we book you?

How long have you been doing this?

I started taking photos professionally in 2018, but I've had a camera in my hands pretty much since I could walk! Learn more about me here. :)

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Do you shoot traditional weddings?

Basic retouching is included! That being said, authenticity (and body positivity!) are incredibly important to me. I will not photoshop you to be taller, shorter, skinnier, change the shape of your body, or edit anything out (ie. a scar on your cheek) that's a part of your identity. I want to show you why you're awesome as you are.

What gear do you use?

What's up, nerd? I shoot on two Canon R5 bodies, and my primary lenses are the RF 50mm 1.2L + the EF 35mm 1.4L II. Occasionally I'll also pull out my Canon RF 85mm 1.2L DS or Sigma 135mm 1.8 ART.

can we self-solemnize?

You can self-solemnize in these states:
• Colorado
• California
• Illinois
• Kansas
• Maine
• Nevada
• Pennsylvania
• Wisconsin
• Washington DC.


If you want to elope solo in a state that isn't on that list and still make your marriage legally binding on your day, you can invite a few loved ones to sign as witnesses or go to the local courthouse and ask them to provide witnesses for you. 

If you want to minimize stress the day of, do the legal paperwork another time and opt for a commitment ceremony on your elopement day.

What are your rates?

These days I'm aiming for a dark, ethereal, filmy + nostalgic sort of feel with some photojournalism and editorial vibes thrown in. Capturing emotion is priority number one, next to location and lighting. When shooting with me, I try to keep things fun and entertaining.