I have always wanted my couples to book me for my connection and intimacy in my work, so this is what I share the most. I want to be booked for this and not my ability to capture centre pieces or table settings. I do of course capture all the days events, details, candid’s, family images and everything else that happens at a wedding day as they are very important but again I want my couples to book for the experience of me capturing your connection, not how beautiful I can make your silverware look (which I can definitely do)
While I do love using natural light and shadows in many of my images to create mood, drama and a feeling of intimacy, I fully understand that style isn’t something that is necessarily best for an entire day. I will capture your wedding day, with a good mix of both dramatic portraits and blend clean photography throughout, to create an accurate representation of your day.
I never limit the amount of images I will capture in any of my wedding's, elopement's or connection sessions. I carry 600GB of memory cards, the images are backed-up on multiple hard drives and then I carefully choose and select the final collection that you will receive.
I remove duplicates, unflattering images and then deliver between 30-50 images for every hour of coverage. For my connection sessions, I deliver between 20-30 images. All of the photographs that you will receive are delivered in full resolution and have been fully edited. I am a big believer in quality over quantity and I will never put “filler” in your final gallery.
My collections are booking me independently for your wedding day. With a post secondary education in photojournalism and 15+ years of shooting weddings alone, I am very confident in my ability to capture any wedding day. As a single photographer, I have documented weddings as small as two people and upwards of 600 people. Now if you are wanting a second photographer, it can be added to any collection and pricing would be dependent on location and coverage time.
I am located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada which is right along the Canadian Rocky Mountains.