I’m in the middle. I’m firm with my editing and photography after many years of experience. Every wedding is unique but my work is consistent enough to show what my style is.

50 to 100 photos per hour. Sneak peeks are delivered within a few days. The full gallery arrives 8 to 10 weeks. A beautiful glass USB box is shipped off afterwards (with polaroids, of course).

No! I’m vocal about my beliefs as a body positive photographer. I’ll remove acne, unwanted scars, and/or bruises. This is discussed in all of my questionnaires and couples are able to choose: light editing or no editing at all. People are beautiful the way they are and I want everyone to feel that safe space in their photos.

I shoot with “dual slot” cameras. This means while I’m photographing a wedding, photos are backed up to the 2nd SD card in the camera. First thing I do when I get home is back up the photos to two different hard drives. I also back up the photos using Dropbox. SD cards are never formatted until after the full gallery’s delivered. I keep delivered photos forever on my hard drives.

I do! I can provide a certificate of insurance if the venue requires it.

I work at new venues almost every wedding. I’m 100% confident stepping in a new venue. Here are some favorites I’ve worked at: Anthony Wayne House, The Willows Villanova, Fairmount Horticulture Center, HollyHedge Estate, Crystal Tea Room, Philander Chase Knox Estate, Lauxmont Farms, Durham Hill Farm, Above Staten Island, Ledges Hotel, Franklin’s View Cescaphe, Linwood Country Club, Heinz Chapel, Terrain Glen Mills, Born to Run Farm, Vault 634, and Perona Farms.

Absolutely! I believe this is the best way to view a photographer’s work to view their style. It’s important the couple loves their photographer’s wedding work at any kind of venue and scene especially with flash.

Yes, of course! I love to answer questions and I’m open about anything. I highly recommend hopping on a quick zoom chat to ask whatever questions you may have. You can also ask through my contact form. My wedding guide has two pages worth of FAQ.