I’m located in Los Angeles, California. I love traveling so much that I am more than happy to grab my passport and hit the airport anytime!
My booking is based on a first-come-first-serve basis. This requires the couple to sign an electronic contract and pay a 50% non-refundable initial payment that is paid upon signing the contract. By doing so, your booking is secure. Please understand that often times, I have several inquiries asking for availability on the same date, but I will make every effort to work something out with you.
In order to give you the best experience of the most important day of your life, I do not book a second wedding or photo session on the same day.
Yes. We can go through all your package options when we meet up and you can choose which option is the best for you.
I prefer to work solo and have an assistant to help me reload film, locate guests, hold lighting gear, etc. However, if you plan on having a huge wedding, I would recommend that you add on a second shooter with an additional cost. My top packages offer this option.
Engagement sessions are actually included in certain packages. I highly recommend my couples to have an engagement session done. The reason being that we get to be creative with the shoot, get to know each other better, practice posing, and most importantly, just have a good time together!
The turnaround time is between 6-8 weeks. I believe in quality over quantity so I don’t like to promise a minimum number on the photos. From past experience though, you can expect roughly around 600-800 images for a 10-hour wedding and around 30-50 images for sessions (engagement, maternity, birthday party, etc.).
You will receive web resolution images through an online gallery that is good for sharing on social media and also a USB drive with high-resolution images for printing.
Yes, I do! I consider albums to be precious family heirlooms that you and your loved ones can look through to bring back happy memories of your wedding day. The albums are custom designed and printed by a professional lab so that they can be kept for many years and generations to come.
Digital files can get lost, deleted, or become corrupted over time, so I actually appreciate the value and sentimentality that physical albums can help bring to my clients.