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Starting at $4500
Within 4 hours’ drive of Durango, CO.
STARTING AT $5500
Anywhere in the continental U.S.
STARTING AT $6500
Anywhere in the world (literally, name the place).
What counts as an elopement? Can I still invite my mom?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Mind your Q's and A's
And your dad, and nana too. I use the term elopement broadly—some of my couples get married just the two of them, but others bring along family and friends.
Somewhere around 25 people or so, it gets harder to wrangle everyone and get the shots you want. So, if you’re around that number and you can’t trim the list any further, let’s talk and see if we can still make magic.
They’re…not actually films? I make them by taking a series of pictures in succession. Then in the editing room, I stitch them together to make a movie in 9:16 aspect ratio (on your phone, that’s a vertical shot).
I’m nervous about being in front of a camera. (This is more of a statement than a question. Deal with it.)
So during the actual ceremony and reception, I’m in documentary mode, capturing all the one-off moments and artful details without you even noticing.
Now, let’s rip off the band-aid: if you’re booking me because you want those stylized, Wes Anderson-ish photos, there is going to be some posing involved.
I am aware that you may not feel extremely excited about this. The good news is that I know what I’m doing, and my clients will tell you as much. They end up saying things like “We were a little nervous about having a ‘photo shoot’ and we ended up having so much fun!” or “We’re not exactly comfortable in front of the camera, but Hanna made it feel easy.”
The TL;DR version: trust me, we’ll make this work.
I’ve got backup plans, and my backup plans have backup plans.
In other words: I’m a pro at rolling with the punches—but we’ll also discuss this in a call before your wedding so that you feel at ease.