We’ll hop on a call to make sure that we’re a match. Once you’ve booked your date, I send over my signature questionnaire so that you can give me literally every detail about your vision. If you do mood boards, I want to see them.
If you already know where you want to do your photos, great. (I’ll still check it out in advance so I know all the angles.) And if you don’t, I’ll suggest a few spots that conjure up the vibe you’re aiming for.
Most of the pictures I take on the day of will be candid—but to get those cinematic moments, there’s always some planning involved. I’ll come prepared with a list of poses or sequences we can try for maximum dramatic effect, as well as a timeline so we can hit every mark.
Me + my camera, you + your dream day out. I’ll combine a documentary-style approach with choreographed shots and poses for the aesthetic. (If you’re booking me for your wedding, don’t worry—I’ll capture your ceremony and reception while staying practically invisible.)
A fancy word for editing. You’ll get your still photos first, and then I’ll deliver your short films. Your images are yours, so you’ll get full-resolution, edited photos and the rights to share ‘em (trust me, you’ll want to) and print ‘em.
See for yourself:
It’s exactly what it sounds like. I’ll shoot a series of photos in quick succession. Then once we’re done, I’ll edit them and stitch them together into a single, cohesive short film. It’s giving ‘70s home-movie vibes, although it’s a GIF.