Elaine Green | Photographer is an award-winning photographer who specializes in innovative and dramatic wedding imagery on an international scale. Elaine is based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, though she frequently travels for photoshoots around the world! Blessed with an eye for the decisive moment, Elaine has won numerous international photography awards and has been recommended by StyleMePretty, Wedluxe, Junebug Weddings, WeddingWire, Wedding Obsession, Wedding Photography Select Europe, MyWed, Signature Weddings, Perfect Wedding Magazine, Blush Magazine, Weddingbells Magazine, Brides Magazine, CityTV, CBC, Global TV, Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald, Professional Wedding Photographers of Canada, Wedding Photojournalists Association, AGWPJA, Fearless Photographers, the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers, and various media networks for her unique style of wedding photojournalism.
Where are you located? Do you charge a travel fee for weddings not in your location?
Edmonton, AB, serving locations worldwisde. I charge for travel outside Alberta.
How long have you been in business? How many weddings have you photographed as the main photographer?
15+ years, 400+ weddings
Describe your "style" of wedding photography.
dramatic, different, creative documentary
What's the typical wedding coverage package that you offer? What is the price?
$500/hr or packages from $3800
Do you have a studio where we can meet? Do you use Skype?
Yes, studio is where you can view samples of final product. However, skype works fine for out-of-town clients!
What are your professional degrees, credentials, affiliations? Have you taken any recent educational workshops or classes?
2018 Bachelor of Science Nursing After Degree
2003 Bachelor of Commerce, University of Alberta in Finance & International Business
1995 Associate Degree in Piano Performance, the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto
Is there anything else you'd like to share about yourself?
Elaine's interests are: the operating room, health, travel, piano, minimalism, and tidiness