The story of your wedding day
Colorful, emotional, storytelling wedding photography in Austin, Texas
Wedding photography pricing starts at $2800
Proposals are $500
If you're planning a small wedding, inquire for a custom quote on pricing.
ALWAYS INCLUDED WITH ME:
-Your copy of digital files
-An online gallery to share with your family & friends
-Unlimited advice on how to wrangle family members, what to do with your hands, and where I think the best spot for photos is.
How do I get my images?
After our couples session, you'll receive a few highlights within a week.
Then after 2-3 weeks you'll get them all in an online, storefront gallery from which you'll be able to order pro quality prints from my preferred lab. I only recommend prints through here, and cannot endorse any other print lab.
About 8-10 weeks post-wedding day bliss, you will get your full wedding gallery to enjoy. Some packages include your personal copy of the images on a USB drive which will be mailed to your home address.
Do you travel outside Austin?
I have photographed weddings all over Texas from Marfa to Beaumont. In an excuse to visit my parents more, there are no travel fees to Fort Worth. A minimal cost applies to Dallas, San Antonio-area, and Houston all which require at least an overnight stay. Destination location fees will include the cost of flights and a minimum 2 night hotel stay - the night before and the night after.
How do I reserve my date with you?
A signed contract and your booking fee (1/3 of your total package) is all it takes! This is all done online- easy peasy. 2 other payments are required at 60 days out and the final is due 2 weeks before with your wedding day questionnaire.
Can we do an engagement session first?
Engagement sessions are great - they're like a trial run for the big day. These shoots are a great laid-back way to get awesome photos of you in non-wedding attire. We can do them at your favorite park, bar, arcade, or even in your home. Let's have fun with it!
Do you have backup equipment?
During wedding ceremonies, I'll shoot with 2 bodies and keep an additional one in my roller bag for backup. Thankfully, I've only ever had 1 camera go down (it was during the reception! - phew) and my second photographer was able to step in while I fetched my extra from my bag.