How long have you been shooting professionally? 

Just two years shy of a decade! It has been an incredible 8 years so far. 

 

How many weddings do you shoot each year?

This year I’ll only be accepting 10 weddings and a handful of elopements. I used to shoot 30 weddings a year but have scaled back dramatically in order to offer the highest quality experience possible for the couples that I work with.

 

And where do you live exactly?

The good ole Columbia River Gorge! Hood River, Oregon.

 

Do you travel for weddings and other commissioned work?

Traveling is in the blood! In fact, I lived on the road last year documenting love stories and personal projects in-between. Check out my travel dates to see if our paths will cross. These spots fill up quickly so let me know if you’re interested in booking a session.

 

How far do you book out?

Anywhere between a week and two years.

 

How much do you charge for travel?

A modest travel fee is applied anytime travel exceeds 60 miles from the Portland, Oregon area. Contact me for more details. 

 

How do I book you?

Let’s chat first! Aside from your partner, there’s a good chance that you’ll be with your photographer more than anyone else on your wedding day. It’s super important that we mesh well. Fill out the contact form and let’s start the conversation! 

I do all of my booking through an easy-to-use online system. When you want to reserve me for your date I’ll send you a link that will walk you through the process. From there you’ll be able to choose your wedding package, sign the contract and make an online payment for the non-refundable retainer. Once this process is complete, your date will be saved! (It takes about 10 minutes). 

Everything is booked on a first-come, first-serve basis.

 

Can you make everything black and white except for my bouquet? How much does that cost?

You know it! Your image will be finished and returned to you with a complimentary unicorn in it. It will only cost you a bottle of Bulleit Rye Whiskey.

 

Pogo Stick or Razor Scooter?

Yes.