PRICING / FAQs
Do you travel for weddings, engagement sessions or assignments?
Yes, I’m available worldwide. For locations just outside of the Philadelphia area, a modest travel fee applies. For destination weddings there would be additional expenses such as airfare, lodging, etc. I’d be happy to provide a custom travel quote.
What are your rates?
Wedding coverage starts at $3300. Contact me for more detailed info.
How do I go ahead with booking you for my wedding?
All bookings are on a first-come, first-served basis. A signed agreement and a retainer will reserve your wedding date.
After the wedding how long before we receive our photos?
We do our very best to get everything to you as soon as possible. With that being said your photos will be posted to your online gallery for viewing and ordering by you and your guests 3-6 weeks after your wedding date.
How many photo will you deliver?
Each wedding is different in the amount of coverage required, but I generally deliver between 700-900 images. It usually works out to be about 100+/- images per hour of coverage.
Will we get the digital photos on a disc?
Most definitely. You’ll receive fully processed high resolution digital files on a nice looking flash drive along with full printing rights.
How can we pay you?
I accept cash, check and paypal. Whatever works best for you.
What kind of cameras do you use?
Canon all the way. 2 bodies, tons of prime lenses, and lots of other necessary gear. And, this new little wonder called the Fuji X-Pro1.
Do you have back up equipment?
Yes. And I have backups for the backups.
How would you describe your style
Lighthearted, fun and always unobtrusive. My greatest desire is to document your day in the most unique fashion without getting in the way.
If you are booked for our wedding date, will you still shoot our engagement photos?
Do you have insurance?
Yes, I do. I carry a 1 million dollar liability policy. Most venues require insurance. Let me know if you need a COI sent to your coordinator.
I see you offer 4×6 prints in some of your collections. Why?
Digital images are great to share with family and friends and look at on your computer, but I believe there is still great value in a tangible paper photographs that you can hold in your hands and look at.