Collections

I offer several different collections and can even customize a collection that will fit your wedding day or weekend! Currently booking 2020 & 2021. Please inquire for more information and to create your own dream day coverage!

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FAQ

Do you shoot destination weddings?

I LOVE destination weddings. I am from Montana and started my business there, but live in Nashville. I've shot many weddings along the Gulf Coast of Florida, the mountains of Montana, even to California.

Will there be a second shooter?

That depends if you want one! Different collections offer different options, or a second shooter may be added on from the a la carte.

Can I extend the session on the day of?

Extra hours may always be added on! But I am realistic with you from the get-go with how many hours you'll need for the coverage you're wanting of the day you've dreamed of. Each collection offers a different amount of hours covered.

What kind of gear do you use?

I've shot with Canon my entire life. I photograph weddings with two cameras throughout most of the day. I also have an on camera flash I use during receptions, but the majority of my work is simply with natural light.

Do I have to order prints through you?

You don't have to, but I always tell clients I can't be responsible for what prints from Walgreens, CVS, Walmart etc. will look like. As one wise photographer once said, "Never print your pictures where you can buy toilet paper..." You will have the ability to order prints through the gallery your images are placed in, but I do also issue a print release in the final gallery.

Can we add on rehearsal dinner coverage?

Of course!! Just be sure to ask! Rehearsal dinner coverage is usually three hours of time.

Can we order albums through you?

YES! Omg, my favorite thing ever is for a couple to have a wedding album of their day. And not just any wedding album; a fine art wedding album or for the more fashion-forward/contemporary clients, a wedding magazine. Ask me more about those!

Do you shoot film?

While I have a medium format camera, I don't shoot film at weddings. But I am incredibly inspired by it and my editing style is influenced by the look of film. Especially with black and whites.


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