I take photos because they represent a combination of memory and artistry that you can ’t find anywhere else; I aim to combine my personal style with the truth of your experience, producing one-of-a-kind windows into some of your most treasured memories.

I hope that my reason for loving photos is at least part of the reason you’ve picked me to take yours. Now that you’ve gotten an idea of who I am and how I do this, I’d love to hear about what you ’ re envisioning and get together to make it happen.


Average cost $3,500

I’ m ready to be your hype girl, shoulder to cry on, or bodyguard on the day of your wedding. I’ m also totally at your disposal to talk things through and help with your schedule, location, and details from a photographer’s perspective, but most importantly, you can count on me to be the one capturing all the glorious moments.


Starting at $400/hr

Count on me to be the wallflower, like I’ m not even there, as you say your vows with just the two of you on a mountainside, with an intimate group of loved ones next to the ocean, or under the mango tree in your backyard. Three hour minimum.


Starting at $300

Couples’ and engagement sessions? More like adventure sessions! These sessions should be true to you both, so I like to choose places and activities that best fit my couples’ personalities, love story, and hobbies.

Add ons

Day-before intimate session
Second shooter
Extra hours

Bucket List

If you are a couple getting married/eloping in one of my bucket-list locations, I’ll be the one saying “I do” to being your photographer at a HUGE discount to you. It would be an honor to capture your wedding or elopement in one of my dream places. So here’s a deal that you and I both can’t pass up: if you’re having your wedding or elopement in any of the following places, you just have to pay for my travel and lodging. That’s it! Bucket list: Arizona, Colorado, Greece, Hawaii, Ireland, Northern California, Oregon, Scotland, Thailand, Utah.

“Light makes photography. Embrace light.
Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.”
- George Eastman