My style of photography is all about capturing genuine, heartfelt moments that highlight your personality. Stiff, overused poses are a big “no no” in my book. My approach is more candid and direction-based, employing organic movements and gestures into the experience.

Drawing on my love of cinema, my imagery is also distinguished by its deep, rich color, precise composition, and flowing direction.  

Portrait Photography is highly collaborative, so let’s make magic together! 

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11.  How much is the deposit? And what is your payment schedule?



10.  Can you hold my wedding date for me?



9. What forms of payment do you accept?



8.  How far will you travel?


7.  How many hours of photography will I need for my wedding?


6. Have you photographed my venue before? Will you do a walkthrough before the day of my wedding? 

5. Do I need a second photographer

4. What do I do if I don’t know how to pose and get nervous with photos.

3. What are your prices?

2. How long have you been a photographer for?

1. How would you describe your photography style?

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I’ve been a full time wedding and portrait professional for over 12 years. In that time I’ve photographed over 400 weddings across Southern California and beyond. My experience means There’s nothing you have to worry about in terms of your photographer being stumped and not knowing what to do in a particular situation or not having the right equipment for the scenario at hand. I will always know what to do and I bring my experience to every shoot, big or small. 

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12.  How long after my wedding will I receive my photos?



11.  How much is the deposit? And what is your payment schedule?



10.  Can you hold my wedding date for me?



9. What forms of payment do you accept?



8.  How far will you travel?


7.  How many hours of photography will I need for my wedding?


6. Have you photographed my venue before? Will you do a walkthrough before the day of my wedding? 

5. Do I need a second photographer

4. What do I do if I don’t know how to pose and get nervous with photos.

3. What are your prices?

2. How long have you been a photographer for?

11.  How much is the deposit? And what is your payment schedule?



10.  Can you hold my wedding date for me?



9. What forms of payment do you accept?



8.  How far will you travel?


7.  How many hours of photography will I need for my wedding?


6. Have you photographed my venue before? Will you do a walkthrough before the day of my wedding? 

5. Do I need a second photographer

4. What do I do if I don’t know how to pose and get nervous with photos.

3. What are your prices?

2. How long have you been a photographer for?

1. How would you describe your photography style?

During our shoot, your comfort is my first priority. I like to keep the vibe chill and relaxed so your true essence can really shine through. We will take as much time as needed to capture your most flattering smiles, expressions, and angles, never pushing you to act unnatural. By creating the right environment, you won’t feel awkward or self-conscious; on the contrary, you’ll be completely relaxed and natural with your partner in a way that heightens the magic of each photo.  

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12.  How long after my wedding will I receive my photos?



11.  How much is the deposit? And what is your payment schedule?



10.  Can you hold my wedding date for me?



9. What forms of payment do you accept?



8.  How far will you travel?


7.  How many hours of photography will I need for my wedding?


6. Have you photographed my venue before? Will you do a walkthrough before the day of my wedding? 

5. Do I need a second photographer

4. What do I do if I don’t know how to pose and get nervous with photos.

3. What are your prices?

2. How long have you been a photographer for?

1. How would you describe your photography style?

My second shooters are talented photographers all of whom I’ve worked with in the past, however, I don’t consider them to be quite at my level. So, whenever possible I will be doing the vast majority of the shooting for your day. Often, when there is only need for one photographer, I will use my second shooters as an assistant. 

However some photos can only be captured by a second shooter. This includes instances where multiple angles are optimal such as during the processional (with a second shooter we can get both the front and back angles of the bride’s approach) and during certain parts of the reception. 

For smaller weddings and smaller spaces a second shooter is not recommended as they can get in the way. 

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12.  How long after my wedding will I receive my photos?



11.  How much is the deposit? And what is your payment schedule?



10.  Can you hold my wedding date for me?



9. What forms of payment do you accept?



8.  How far will you travel?


7.  How many hours of photography will I need for my wedding?


6. Have you photographed my venue before? Will you do a walkthrough before the day of my wedding? 

5. Do I need a second photographer

4. What do I do if I don’t know how to pose and get nervous with photos.

3. What are your prices?

2. How long have you been a photographer for?

1. How would you describe your photography style?

I’ve photographed an abundance of wedding venues, hotels, churches, golf courses, and beaches across southern California.   

Walkthroughs before the day of the wedding can be added to your collections for an additional cost. However, I find that 99% of the time walkthroughs are unnecessary as lighting, crowds, time of day, weather, and setup of the venue itself can change the plan for locations that we will want to shoot. 

For venues that I haven’t photographed before, I usually plan a quick 5-10 minute walkthrough of the space on the day of, which is all the information I will need to understand the best spots for photography. Having photographed so many different venues, the layout for all wedding spaces usually follow a very similar logistical pattern. The one exception to this is the Queen Mary, which requires deep logistical knowledge of the ship in order to get the best photos. Thankfully, I have that. :) 

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12.  How long after my wedding will I receive my photos?



11.  How much is the deposit? And what is your payment schedule?



10.  Can you hold my wedding date for me?



9. What forms of payment do you accept?



8.  How far will you travel?


7.  How many hours of photography will I need for my wedding?


6. Have you photographed my venue before? Will you do a walkthrough before the day of my wedding? 

5. Do I need a second photographer

4. What do I do if I don’t know how to pose and get nervous with photos.

3. What are your prices?

2. How long have you been a photographer for?

1. How would you describe your photography style?

We won’t know exactly the amount of hours you will need until your wedding planner finalizes your timeline—which generally happens about two weeks before your wedding day. 
If you don’t know which collection to choose I recommend you leave a deposit and make that decision when your timeline is ready. There is no requirement to choose a collection until one week before your wedding day.  

For more information on your timeline including tips for all parts of your day, you can read the Ideal Timeline Magazine. 

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12.  How long after my wedding will I receive my photos?



11.  How much is the deposit? And what is your payment schedule?



10.  Can you hold my wedding date for me?



9. What forms of payment do you accept?



8.  How far will you travel?


7.  How many hours of photography will I need for my wedding?


6. Have you photographed my venue before? Will you do a walkthrough before the day of my wedding? 

5. Do I need a second photographer

4. What do I do if I don’t know how to pose and get nervous with photos.

3. What are your prices?

2. How long have you been a photographer for?

1. How would you describe your photography style?

Each and every photo I shoot is hand-edited personally by me in order to create the rich cinematic look and color palette that is signature to my style.

In my process I give each photograph personal attention rather than focusing on bulk processing. Yes, this takes a quite a bit of time and effort, but thankfully, it’s a labor of love. As such, the time it takes to edit your photos will be anywhere from 3-5 weeks after your wedding date. Engagement shoots will be anywhere from 1-2 weeks. 

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